Whitewater Rafting on the Arkansas River, Clear Creek, Upper Colorado River
Colorado, with 50+ peaks over 14,000 feet in height, is home to some of the finest whitewater rivers in the United States, wild white water to thrill seasoned rafters. But there are also many stretches of river with moderate rapids and gentle flows perfect for families with young children.
Question: Name the four major river systems that originate in Colorado?
Geo Tours offers a variety of rafting adventures from Beginner to Advanced, suitable for most ages and all abilities. Geo is conveniently located just twenty minutes from Downtown Denver, in the town of Morrison, Colorado. Geo Tours provides easy access to all of our raft trips on Clear Creek, the Arkansas River and the Upper Colorado River.
Question: What do only the states of Hawaii and Colorado have in common when it comes to river systems?
Whether you have just part of a day for rafting or seek to get away from it all on one of our multi-day expeditions let Geo customize a Colorado whitewater rafting adventure for your group! Geo Tours- Specializing in family fun since 1981!
- Group transportation available with pickups in Denver and many mountain locations – call for details.
- Choose from Part-day, Full-day, Overnight and Multi-day trips
- Paddle rafts, Oar rafts, Paddle/Oar combo and Inflatable Kayaks
- Discounts for groups – 10-19 guest 10% off and 20+ guests 15% off
- Special rates for children 12 years and younger
- Trips daily from May through Labor Day – reservations advised
Answers: Four major river systems are the: Colorado, Arkansas, Platte and Rio Grande rivers. Hawaii and Colorado are the only states that do not have any major rivers that flow into the state.