Page Last Updated: July 13th, 2021
We want to help you navigate this uncertain time, and provide answers to all of your questions. While we might not have the answer to every question surrounding recreation in Colorado right now, we are going to do our best to find the information and provide the most up-to-date resources for you. As things continue to change and evolve, we will continue to update these questions surrounding the reopening of outdoor recreation in Colorado.
For the latest updates as COVID restrictions change throughout the year, please refer back to this page.
If you would like to speak to one of our specialists and hear more about how we are changing our operations in response to the pandemic, please give us a call at 1-877-RAFTING.
Outdoor recreation is completely open in Colorado.
Masks are no longer required for outdoor activities.
Whitewater rafting tours have started in Colorado. The closest rafting to Denver is Clear Creek which is open for guests. You can also take a rafting tour on the Upper Colorado River, and the Arkansas River.
You can raft on Clear Creek, the Arkansas River, the Colorado River and more rivers near Breckenridge. Each river is about 1 hour from Breckenridge, making it the perfect central location for your vacation.
Trail-heads, bike paths, and other green spaces are open for use. Additionally, whitewater rafting is open on the Clear Creek, Colorado River and the Arkansas River which are all an hour or less from Breckenridge. Ziplining and Via Ferrata are available as well as fly fishing, UTV rentals and more!
Breckenridge is completely open and operating at full capacity.
Breckenridge Main Street is open this summer. The pedestrian-only main street that Breckenridge had last summer will not be reinstated for summer 2021.
You can currently book lodging in Vail, and the town is open for visitors.
Trails, parks, bike paths and more are open for use. Additionally, there is rafting, ziplining, off-roading, fishing and more open near Vail Colorado.
There are a lot of whitewater rafting options near Vail that are currently open for visitors. We are operating on the Colorado River, and the Arkansas River which are all close to Vail.
You can go whitewater rafting in Colorado under the current regulations. There are many rivers, tour operators, and locations for people to raft. We are operating on the Colorado River, Arkansas River, Blue River and Clear Creek.
Getting outside is a safe option this summer, and with outfitters taking safety, whitewater rafting will be a great activity for this summer. With extra sanitation precautions and a totally open-air experience, rafting can be your go-to summer adventure.
Find our most up to date information on the opening of whitewater rafting and other outdoor adventures in Colorado by clicking the learn more link below. For our general FAQ page click here.