Fourteen rivers; infinite possibilities

We run awesome river trips on the west’s most majestic rivers. Anywhere from California to Colorado and from one day to one week.

California's best river trip.

  • 1, 2, or 3 days; 18 miles; Class IV to IV+
  • Great rapids, remote canyon, beautiful side streams
  • True wilderness just outside Yosemite

The classic California introductory trip

  • 1/2, 1 or 2 days, 10 or 20 miles, Class III+
  • Fun for everyone, lots of trip options
  • Rolling foothill scenery, 49er history

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A river like no other.

  • 1 day, 16 miles, Class IV+
  • A man-made rapid, a tunnel, and an unrunnable waterfall
  • A giant step up from the South Fork

The river that carved Yosemite Valley.

  • 1 day, 14 miles, Class III+ to IV
  • Natural, free-flowing river
  • Big, fun roller-coaster waves

One of the original eight National Wild and Scenic Rivers

  • 3, 4, or 5 days, 34 miles, Class III+
  • Warm water, fun rapids, incredible wildlife
  • An unforgettable family vacation

A secret gem tucked into southern Oregon.

  • 4 days, 35 miles, Class IV and IV+
  • Stunning scenery, off-the-charts remoteness
  • The most challenging river we run

A piece of the unspoiled west.

  • 5 days, 47 miles, Class IV (four IV+)
  • Big rapids, deep wilderness, beautiful scenery
  • Only one group is allowed to launch each day.

The classic alpine whitewater trip.

  • 6 days, 100 miles, Class III+ to IV
  • Beautiful Rocky Mountain majesty
  • Good hiking, world-class fishing, and hotsprings!

Idaho's famous River of No Return.

  • 6 days, 84 miles, Class III+
  • Warm water, big beaches, majestic scenery and a one-of-a-kind hotspring
  • Fascinating human history

Idaho's version of the Grand Canyon.

  • 12 days, 185 miles, Class IV
  • Majestic alpine scenery through deep wilderness
  • Great fishing, hiking, camping, history, and hotsprings!

A spectacular family adventure in Dinosaur National Monument

  • 4 days, 44 miles, Class III+
  • Warm water, fun rapids, great hiking
  • Dramatic, jaw-dropping scenery

The last, major, free-flowing tributary in the Colorado River drainage.

  • 5 days, 72 miles, Class III+ (one IV)
  • Sublime, one-of-a-kind, sculpted sandstone scenery
  • Great hiking, incredible campsites, and lots of wildlife

A remote and unspoiled piece of the wild west.

  • 6 days, 84 miles, Class III
  • Fun rapids, great hiking, vast vistas
  • Native American artifacts, dramatic rock formations, scenic flight to put-in