What are the rules of whitewater rafting?
Here are the ten cardinal white water rafting rules:
- Wear Your Personal Flotation Device.
- Stay On Board.
- Keep Your Head Up.
- Wear Sun Protection.
- Pretend You’re An Explorer.
- Wear Closed-Toed Shoes.
- Bring a Bathing Suit.
- Listen Well.
Is there a weight limit to white water rafting?
The short answer is no. There is no hard and fast weight limit for whitewater rafting. The longer answer is that weight could impact some other factors that play into whether you should go on a trip with us.
Which is the best rafting company in Estes Park?
Rapid Transit Rafting is Estes Park’s only hometown rafting company. We’re the only rafting company providing transportation from Estes Park to the river so you can spend less time driving and more time enjoying your vacation. We offer half-day and full-day rafting adventures with transportation from Estes Park on every trip, every day.
What to see on whitewater rafting in Colorado?
The chances to see eagles, deer, moose, black bear, mink and bighorn sheep will keep your eyes open. Mountain Whitewater uses state-of-the-art rafting equipment and employs the most experienced group of guides on the river. This is what whitewater rafting is all about in Colorado!
What to do after a rafting trip in Fort Collins?
After your Fort Collins rafting or Estes Park rafting trip, enjoy a fantastic local craft beer or glass of local wine in our Paddler’s Pub. View the photos and videos from your rafting experience while enjoying our fantastic view of the Rocky Mountains.
What to do in Estes Park on vacation?
Many of our rafting guests stay in Estes Park during their vacation in Colorado. Estes Park is the gateway town to Rocky Mountain National Park, one of Colorado’s most popular attractions. Other popular attractions in Estes include: hiking, biking, horse back riding, rock climbing, fly fishing, sight seeing and camping.