Colorado River – Youth Rafting Day Trips

Just outside of Moab, beneath the green slopes of the La Sal Mountains, the Colorado River flows through the kind of red rock scenery many people will recognize from Hollywood’s classic Western movies. The Fisher Towers preside over a 14-mile stretch of gentle class I and II rapids, the perfect setting for youth groups, Scouts, church groups, and anyone else looking for an easy introduction to river rafting! Near Arches and Canyonlands national parks, and close to all the amenities of Moab, the Colorado River Daily is a perfect complement to any desert exploration.

 

HIGHLIGHTS

  • Just outside Moab, Utah, for easy access
  • A popular choice for Scout and church groups
  • Spend a day playing on the river—great for inflatable kayaks
  • Lunch served with amazing views of Fisher Towers and the La Sal Mountains

 

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Trip Overview

  • Type:

    Rafting

  • Location:

    Colorado River

  • Length:

    1 Day - 16 Miles

  • Dates:

    Memorial Day - Labor Day

  • Meet at:

    Outside of Moab, Utah @ 10:00am

  • Difficulty:

    Beginner

  • Min. Age:

    5

  • Deposit:

    0

Getting Here Before You Go Packing List

Rates & Dates

1 Day

  • Adult:
  • $90.00
  • Youth:
    18 and under
  • $80.00
  • Senior:
    65 and older
  • Group:
    10 or more
  • $75.00
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2020
  • Schedule Upon Request with 8 or more people

Itinerary

One of the advantages of a river trip is the flexibility of the daily itinerary.

It can vary widely from one trip to the next based on group desires, weather, and other unpredictable elements.

Typical Itinerary

We meet on the South side of the Colorado River Bridge, on Highway 191, North end of Moab at 10:00 a.m. (Mountain Time). There we will continue down river about 16 miles, stopping for lunch along the way.

Put in is at Hittle Bottom and take-out at mile 10 1/2.

The typical itineraries below illustrate a 1-day trip on the Colorado River.

We meet at Hittle Bottom, mile marker 23 (put-in) at 10:00 am. You can reach Hittle Bottom by taking State Hwy 128 east along the Colorado River (Junction between 128 and Highway 191 near Colorado River Bridge, north of Moab, Utah). It is 23 miles from the junction. H.E. will shuttle vehicle drivers back to their cars at the end of the trip.

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by Danielle Mackey on Holiday River Expeditions

Our guides were absolutely amazing - I would especially like to comment on how well they did with all the kids on our trip - their patience, humor and safety was spot on!
This raft trip was an absolutely amazing experience! Highly recommend for anyone wanting to see the wild west and the beauty that it holds! There is no better way to experience the outdoors, super yummy food and great company!

by Jill Hart on Holiday River Expeditions

This was such an amazing trip! Susan, Erica and Jessica were amazing guides and I will definitely be back again and again!