Durango Rafting Half Day Trip
Mild to Wild is no longer booking tickets for the Durango Silverton Narrow Gauge. To browse the train’s schedule and book their tours, visit their website here.
For those interested in seeing more of the Weminuche Wilderness where the Durango Train travels through, our Silverton Jeep Tour is an exceptional way to explore the mountains, old mines, and surrounding meadows of this incredibly scenic area. Your guide will give you a wealth of insight into the area’s rich history, ecology and other entertaining tidbits you wouldn’t get anywhere else!
If you’re interested in letting us take you deeper into the San Juan Mountains around Silverton, check out our Silverton Jeep Tours!
Class I “moving water,” a few Class II “splashes” and one or more “wet and fun” Class III rapids (depending on water level)
Experience the best of Colorado in 1 & 1/2 days!
The day prior to or after you’ve enjoyed our popular Jeep/Train package, which includes a Ghost Town jeep tour and a one-way trip on the Durango Narrow Gauge, explore Durango’s sampler 1/2 day raft trip on Durango’s Animas River! This package is great for ages 4-84, with Class I “moving water,” a few Class II “splashes” and one or more “wet and fun” Class III rapids (depending on water level). You will be treated to a different view of Durango while learning the fascinating history of the area. Guests 12 and up have the option to upgrade to inflatable kayaks on the Lower Animas River (when water levels allow). Don’t miss the highlight of your vacation in Durango and Silverton!
*Option to raft in the afternoon or upgrade to a full day or inflatable kayaks
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. Train ticket cancellations require 5 days notice with a $14/ticket fee.
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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).