When visiting Colorado over the fall season there are lots of places to visit and sights to see. Before the snow begins to fall you will want to knock out that last 14er or a fall Maroon Bells hike. Colorado has one of the most beautiful fall seasons you could imagine with vibrant aspen trees, flourishing wildlife and snowy mountain peaks. The most popular fall activities include hiking, mountain biking, ziplining and whitewater rafting. Mountain biking and hiking offer a great opportunity to get you off the beaten path to experience some of Colorado's unbound beauty with popular areas concentrated in Eagle and Pitkin counties. For other autumn activities come to AVA and join us for the best places for fall rafting and ziplining.
Rafting Colorado over the autumn months is a very rewarding experience with steeper, more technical sections and gorgeous colourful scenery all the way through. Our Kremmling outpost boasts numerous rafting trips through mid October. Rafting at our Kremmling outpost can be mild or wild depending on the trip. Gore Canyon offers the hardest commercial trip in the state of Colorado, as well as one of its most mild where you take a nice easy float down the Colorado. In addition to rafting you would also have the option of taking one of our inflatable kayaks or stand-up paddleboards through the Upper Colorado. With fall being the last portion of Colorado's rafting season, water levels will begin to taper off so you can expect bigger drops and more technically challenging lines.
Whether or not you are able to make it out rafting this fall, you will not want to miss the Maroon Bells hike out of Aspen, Colorado, as it is highly regarded as one of the most beautiful hikes in the country. Our zipline course will be offered at our Idaho Springs location through the first part of October. For those looking for an advanced rafting trip before Labor Day, look into our Gore Canyon rafting trip located at our Kremmling outpost. For all of your questions or booking needs please contact our central reservation office at (800) 370-0581.