5 Unexpected Things You’ll Find On A Multi-Day Raft Trip
#1: Great Meals Cooked for You One of the best parts of a multi-day raft trip is that you don’t have to worry about food. Guides provide a gourmet catered camping experience. No matter how long your raft trip is, you will not have to prepare or bring food. We know that days full of adventure and physical activity can leave you with a grumbling stomach, so there is no shortage of delicious food!
#2: Not Your Average Shuttle Ride Getting to your starting point for a multi-day raft trip is an adventure on its own. There are several different ways to get to where you need to be including the opportunity to shuttle to Silverton on the Durango-Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad. Traveling on remote mountain roads, deep canyons and large wilderness areas make the whole trip a well-rounded experience that will leave you with more than just rafting.
#3: A Lesson in History On a multi-day raft trip, you will learn much more than just what the river has to offer. There are so many chances to learn about the history of it the area you’re in, and the raft guides have all the knowledge to give. Learn about ancient Puebloans’ petroglyphs, the history of the land and much more.
#4: Amazing Skyline Views From towering red rock canyon walls to the lush wilderness, you will find unforgettable views on your raft trip. Not only will you enjoy the beauty of the flowing river, but the surrounding views are some sights you will never forget.
#5: An Opportunity to Make Friendships There is nothing like spending a few days on the river with like-minded people; it’s easy to make connections with people while rafting and camping. Spending time in nature laughing, playing in the water, eating delicious meals and sleeping in tents is one of the greatest adventures and these types of trips are even better when surrounded by great people.