Season for Dolores River Rafting; April-June 2018.
Once a free-flowing and mighty river, the Dolores River ran reliably every Spring through the magnificent Dolores River Canyon, the longest flowing canyon only second to the Grand Canyon. Known for its playful whitewater, legendary class IV “Snaggletooth” rapid, ancient Anasazi ruins, and stunning scenery makes it a trip of a lifetime.
Rafting the Dolores River is a special treat that few ever get to experience. Ironically, the Dolores River lives up to its name, the “River of Sorrow”, due to the limited releases. Impounded by the walls of Mcphee Dam only every few years does mother nature overwhelm the heights of this blockage to allow water to cascade marvelously through the red rock and gold walls. Luckily, 2017 is the year!
Tucked away in the Southwest Corner of Colorado, far away from the racing pace of everyday life, is the Southwest’s Dolores River Canyon! Don’t miss this chance to experience Dolores River Rafting. Who knows how long it will be until you can ride this river of lore again.
Dolores River Rafting Trip Highlights:
- The longest flowing western river canyon in the US next to the Grand Canyon
- Due to limited damn releases, access to this magnificent waterway is only every few years.
- A legendary river with red rock hues and towering Ponderosa Pines
- The infamous Snaggletooth Rapid
- Ancient Anasazi ruins along the way
- Close to Durango & Telluride Colorado
- Predictable flows only once every decade
- April 15-June 14, 2017 is your chance!
- Great trip for families, friends, groups & reunions
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Payment & Cancellations
- Pay in full.
- 1/2 down, 1/2 charged 30 days prior to trip.
- 1/3 down with remaining balance charged in thirds.
- Call for other arrangements!
We know plans change… so we offer a lenient cancellation policy. An 85% refund is issued for cancellations received in writing 48 hours prior to trip departure.
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In addition to the listed trip cost, we collect an additional 7% for River and Land Access Fees (ie. Forest Service, BLM, City, Private Land Use).