Utah Rafting Tours

White Water Rafting Trips - Day Trips and Longer

White water rafting in a huge rapid through Cataract Canyon

Cataract Canyon

  • 112 river miles
  • Class I to V
  • Moab to Hite Marina
  • The Cataract Canyon rafting trip takes you through the heart of Canyonlands National Park , with just the right balance between leisurely floating, incredible hiking, and fast moving whitewater rapids. The trip ends on Lake Powell at Hite Marina.

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    Fisher Tower one day white water rafting

    Fisher Tower

  • 7, 13 or 24 river miles
  • Class I to III
  • Hittle Bottom to Takeout Creek
  • Spectacular scenery characterizes this moderate stretch of the Colorado. Day trips begin upstream of Moab and finish next to Arches National Park . This section is named for the prominent series of rock towers that can be seen from the river. Families looking for a unique family vacation should try a Fisher Towers overnight adventure, which begins at the historic Dewey Bridge .

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    Calm water trip on Horsethief and Ruby Canyon rafting trip

    Horsethief & Ruby Canyon

  • 25 river miles
  • Class I to II
  • Loma Boat Ramp to Westwater Ranger Station
  • Horsethief and Ruby Canyons are perfect for anyone who wants a leisurely paced rafting trip. Float past towering sandstone cliffs, visit Fremont Indian pictographs and petroglyphs in McDonald Canyon Cultural Resource Area, and enjoy hearty meals prepared by your multi-talented guides. With Class I-II rapids, rafting in Ruby Canyons can be enjoyed by any age at any skill level.

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    White water rafting Westwater rapids

    Westwater Canyon

  • 53 river miles
  • Class I to IV
  • Westwater Ranger Station to Cisco Landing
  • National Geographic labeled Westwater Canyon as "the West's Best Short White Water Rafting Trip." The 17-mile river stretch contains 11 class 3-4 rapids, plus numerous less-challenging rapids. Westwater Canyon is best run from April through October. Peak time is in June. Westwater Canyon begins near the Utah/Colorado border, approximately 50 miles northeast of Moab Utah.

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    Delores River white water rafting trips

    Delores River

  • 32 river miles
  • Class I to IV
  • Gateway, Colorado to Dolores and Colorado Confluence
  • In the heart of Utah's Canyon Country runs the Dolores River . This is one of the area's best kept secrets since being discovered by Spanish explorers in 1765. Since then, only a handful of people have come to experience this great river. It is a remote place known only to a few adventurers.

    from $116per person
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    Green River Day trip through Split Mountain Gorge Flaming Gorge or Gray Canyon

    Green River

  • 9 river miles
  • Class II to III
  • Lunch
  • Split Mountain Gorge, Flaming Gorge or Gray Canyon
  • Split Mountain Gorge rafting adventure covers nine river miles through a 1,500 foot canyon carved by the Green River. Gray Canyon ’s 9-mile stretch through the lower portion of the Green River takes from ½ day to 1 day to raft. This segment includes seven mild rapids, though there may be a few class 3 rapids in high water.

    from $60per person
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    Green River Desolation Canyon

    Desolation Canyon

  • 57 - 74 river miles
  • Class I to III
  • 10 mile hike-in
  • Sand Wash Ranger Station to Nefertiti or Swasevs Rapids
  • For those who are looking for a shorter but exciting adventure, this is our favorite! First it's a 50 minute scenic flight from Las Vegas to the Bar 10 Ranch on the Grand Canyon's North rim where lunch awaits you. The next morning breakfast gets you prepared for the excitement ahead. Helicopters will whisk you down to the river giving you a breathtaking glimpse of the canyon. Then you will find your self rafting through high canyon walls.

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    White Water Rafting fun through Labyrinth Canyon

    Labyrinth Canyon

  • 54 -74 river miles
  • Class II to III
  • The Labyrinth Canyon ’s 45 miles from Ruby Ranch to Mineral Canyon is a truly beautiful trip. The canyon cuts deeper and deeper into the geology as you travel downstream; especially beautiful where in slices through the Navajo and Wingate sandstone.

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    Lower Grand Canyon Rafting from Bar 10 Ranch to Pearce Ferry

    Lodore Canyon

  • 39 river miles
  • Class II to IV
  • Gates of Lodore to Split Mountain Campground
  • The Green River in Colorado surges among gorges glutted with the remnants of giants. At its start, the Green River twists through the Gates of Lodore, a catacomb of scarlet slot canyons, yawning valleys and lush ledges of emerald evergreen and brush.

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    Lower Grand Canyon Rafting from Bar 10 Ranch to Pearce Ferry

    San Juan River

  • 27 - 80 river miles
  • Class I to III
  • Sand Island or Mexican Hat to Clay Hills
  • For those who are looking for a shorter but exciting adventure, this is our favorite! First it's a 50 minute scenic flight from Las Vegas to the Bar 10 Ranch on the Grand Canyon's North rim where lunch awaits you. The next morning breakfast gets you prepared for the excitement ahead. Helicopters will whisk you down to the river giving you a breathtaking glimpse of the canyon. Then you will find your self rafting through high canyon walls.

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    Lower Grand Canyon Rafting from Bar 10 Ranch to Pearce Ferry

    Yampa River

  • 45 - 72 river miles
  • Class II to IV
  • Deerlodge Park or Split Mountain to Echo Park
  • If you're looking for Utah white water rafting at its finest, Yampa River rafting in Dinosaur National Monument has it all! Action, excitement and history. The Yampa River is the last major tributary of the Colorado River System that is natural and free flowing.

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