Paddles and Peaks

Rafting Specials

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Difficulty

Half Day Raft Trip plus Gondola Pass

Availability

Available on Upper and Middle Roaring Fork trips only. Must redeem via phone or walk-in. Can NOT combine with any other discount.

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Availability

Available on Upper and Middle Roaring Fork trips only. Must redeem via phone or walk-in. Can NOT combine with any other discount.

Adult Price

$96

Child Price

$87

Difficulty

Half Day Raft Trip plus Gondola Pass

Meeting Location

Aspen Office

Pickup available in Aspen/Snowmass.

Adult Price

$96

Child Price

$87

Meeting Location

Aspen Office

If you are looking to book within forty-eight hours of your trip time, please call our shop. We would be happy to book for you.

Paddles and Peaks Get a Half Day Raft Trip and a Gondola Pass and SAVE 10 %

Enjoy a half day on the river, and then get to experience the higher elevation views of the Elk Mountain Range and the Collegiate Peaks. The panorama offered from the top of Aspen Mountain will be one you’ll never forget.

Offer available on Upper Roaring Fork, Middle Roaring Fork and Fractions trips only. Can not be combined with any othe discounts, Must be booked  via phone or walk-in. SAVE 10%.

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  • What’s Included

    The raft trip, shuttle, splash gear, wetsuit, snacks and lunch (when specified). Photos are not included but can be purchased online immediately after the trip!

    What to Wear Rafting

    We suggest wearing quick-drying clothing such as non-cotton shorts and t-shirt and/or a bathing suit. Also important are sunscreen (you will be rafting at nearly 9,000 feet where the sun is intense!), sunglasses with retaining device, waterproof camera, and old sneakers or sandals with a heal strap. Bring a towel to dry off with and a change of clothes for your ride home.

    We provide splash gear on all of our trips, and wetsuit, helmet, and wetsuit booties when appropriate.

    Whitewater River Scale

    CLASS I:
    Your bath tub.

    CLASS II:
    Mild. Predictable, smaller rapids. Great for younger families.

    CLASS III:
    Moderate. Larger, more irregular rapids. Wet passengers and energetic paddling to be expected. Most clients will take a Class III trip.

    CLASS IV:
    Wild. Long and unpredictable rapids, following in immediate succession.

    CLASS V:
    Extreme. This is the edge. Only experienced paddlers.