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Rafting Utah Whitewater

January 28th, 2017 ernie Posted in Utah No Comments »

Rafting Utah Whitewater rivers offer some of the world’s best class one to class five white water rafting, with trips to match virtually any schedule and appetite for adventure.

The Green and Colorado Rivers cut across Utah providing all levels of rafting excitement with rapids from Class I to Class V. Relax, enjoy the scenery and stage water fights on easy, flat water sections like Fisher Towers or Labyrinth Canyon. Feel the excitement of riding the unique “sand waves” on the San Juan River. Challenge the powerful whitewater in Westwater, Lodore and other famous canyons. Hang on for dear life in Grand and Cataract canyons, over infamous drops like Satan’s Gut, Little Niagara and Lava Falls.

Professional guides from several Utah whitewater rafting companies will provide proper equipment and make sure your trip is safe and enjoyable. On multi-day trips, participants camp on the river’s edge, usually on sandy beaches in scenic areas. Most guides are accomplished chefs and provide exquisite meals.

Rafting Utah Whitewater

River trips are about more than whitewater and excitement. Most allow participants to explore scenic, historic and archaeological sites and to learn about river lore, geology and the environment. It is great fun to swim in a crystal clear waterfall, explore 1000 year old Anasazi ruins and hike to scenic viewpoints overlooking this classic canyon country landscape. Most of all, trips are about having fun breaking free from the pressures of modern life. You may never want to return home.

Investigate each of the whitewater rafting companies in Utah and then make your decision based on the safety records, the equipment provided and the skill levels of the guides. The whitewater guides are really the main area to look at since a highly skilled entertaining guide will make sure you have a safe and enjoyable rafting trip through the whitewater canyons in Utah.

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