Colorado River

Colorado River

Grand Canyon and Colorado River

Enjoy a memorable rafting trip down the Colorado River! Informative and experienced guides will take you on the rafting vacation of your life as you view the natural beauty of the Grand Canyon. Make waves past spectacular waterfalls and view the Grand Canyon from a new perspective. Guides bring their passion for the river and canyon to life, that you will surely feel, on these exciting, remarkable, rafting vacations.

Want to try your hand at fishing in the Colorado River at the Grand Canyon? The best time of the year to fish is in the fall and winter. The Colorado River is home to rainbow trout, carp, speckled dace, flannel-mouth sucker and blue-head sucker. You will need an Arizona state fishing licenses to fish in the park. Licenses may be obtained at Canyon Village Market Place.

The Colorado River flows over 2,333 kilometers through the southwestern United States. It has been an essential source of water for the people that live by the river for thousands of years.

The Colorado River cuts through the bottom of the Grand Canyon. The river provides visitors with many great options of water activities to enjoy!

River rafting is one of the most popular ways to experience the Colorado River, people can choose between a number of different types of boats to take their adventure down the river in!

If you are looking for a little bit calmer river adventure, you can opt to take the half day or full day Colorado River float. This adventure is good for all ages!

Fishing and kayaking are other popular activities on the river as well.

For those of you combining rafting and hiking, Rim to Rim hiking or biking through the Grand Canyon click here for some transportation tips.

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