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Arizona White Water Rafting

What are the physical requirements for rafting?There are many Arizona white water rafting locations to try out in the state. We have attempted to list all that we could find on this post. We may have missed some or perhaps your company wants to hi-light one that is particularly interesting. Please give us your comments on any that we have missed and we will add them to the list of Arizona white water rafting locations.

Arizona White Water Rafting

Here is our list of locations in Arizona for white water rafting. The picture sis from the grand daddy of them all, the Grand Canyon.

  • Beaver Creek, Arizona, Wet Beaver Creek to Verde River, class -?-, 9 miles long.
  • Bill Williams River, Arizona, Alamo Dam to Lake Havasu, class -?-, 36 miles long.
  • Black River – & East Fork, Arizona, Below Wildcat Point, class IV-V, 90 miles long.
  • Black River – East Fork, Arizona, Diamond Rock to Wildcat Point, class -?-, 18 miles long.
  • Blue River, Arizona, Blue Crossing to Forest Service Road 475, class IV-V, 34 miles long.
  • Chevelon Creek, Arizona, Woods Canyon Lake to Little Colorado River, class -?-, 75 miles long.
  • Colorado River, Arizona, Hoover Dam to Willow Beach, class -?-, 12 miles long.
  • Colorado River, Arizona, Lees Ferry to Lake Mead, class I-V, 230 miles long.
  • Eagle Creek, Arizona, Along Forest Service Road 217, class -?-, 12 miles long.
  • East Verde River, Arizona, US Route 87 to Verde River confluence, class V+, 34 miles long.
  • Gila River, Arizona, Kelvin to Ashurst-Hayden Dam, class -?-, 15 miles long.
  • Gila River, Arizona, Virden to US Route 666, class -blank-, 53 miles long.
  • Little Colorado River, Arizona, Below Grand Falls to above Black Falls, class -?-, 16 miles long.
  • Little Colorado River, Arizona, Cameron to Colorado River, class V+, 51 miles long.
  • Oak Creek, Arizona, Pump Stabove Sedona Cornville to Verde River, class -?-, 35 miles long.
  • Salt River, Arizona, Gleason Flats to Horseshoe Bend, class III-IV, 19 miles long.
  • Salt River, Arizona, Highway 60 to Mescal Rapid, class III-IV, 7 miles long.
  • Salt River, Arizona, Route 60 to Roosevelt Reservoir, class II-IV, 60 miles long.
  • Salt River, Arizona, Stewart Mountain Dam to Granite Reef Dam, class -?-, 12 miles long.
  • San Francisco River, Arizona, Alma to Clifton, class -?-, 40 miles long.
  • Tonto Creek, Arizona, Box, class IV(V), 2 miles long.
  • Verde River, Arizona, Bartlett Reservoir to confluence with Salt River, class I-II, 19 miles long.
  • Verde River, Arizona, Beasley Flat to Gap Creek, class II-IV, 7 miles long.
  • Verde River, Arizona, Camp Verde to Beasley Flat, class -blank-, 8 miles long.
  • Verde River, Arizona, Childs to Horseshoe Reservoir, class I-III, 25 miles long.
  • Verde River, Arizona, Clarkdale to Camp Verde, class -?-, 28 miles long.
  • Verde River, Arizona, Horseshoe Reservoir to Bartlett Reservoir, class I-II, 19 miles long.
  • Verde River, Arizona, Perkinsville to Clarkdale, class -?-, 18 miles long.
  • Virgin River, Arizona, Virgin River Gorge, class -?-, 11 miles long.
  • Wet Beaver Creek, Arizona, Beaver Ranger Station to Beaver Creek, class -?-, 9 miles long.

Many of these rapids will vary in intensity depending on the time of year. In the spring or after heavy storms the water in the river can be quite treacherous and only the highly skilled should venture onto some of these rivers. In other areas they are more conducive to family outings for white water rafting. Check with your local outfitter to see what the conditions are and what preparations you may want to make before booking your rafting trip.

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3 Responses to “Arizona White Water Rafting”

  1. Matt Bird Says:

    Please forward this list of Arizona Whiter Water Sites to Matt Bird.

    Thank You,

    Chuck Corcetti

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