Arkansas River Garantees Awesome Rafting Conditions All Season!

Great news for adrenaline junkies and thrill-seekers. The outlook for the 2015 season on the Arkansas River is great! According to the AROA.

Arkansas River Outfitters Association (AROA) is dedicated to offering world-class outdoor fun on one of the most popular rivers for rafting in United States, Colorado’s Arkansas River.

The 2015 Forecast from AROA predicts that due to the recent snow and overall conditions there will be an awesome high water season early in June for the adventurous thrill seekers, also the moderate water levels throughout August will provide a longer season for families.

Whitewater rafting enthusiasts can choose from Class I-III (family friendly trips), all the way to more advanced Class IV-V whitewater throughout the summer season.”

Rafting on Arkansas River

Taylor River, Colorado.The Arkansas River is the most popular rafting river in America! From its headwaters at the historic mining area around Leadville, Colorado; through scenic mountain towns like Buena Vista and Salida, Colorado; to the breathtaking Royal Gorge and beyond…

The mountain towns and wilderness areas that lie in and surround the Arkansas River valley are full of excellent recreation opportunities. Besides rafting, kayaking and canoeing, take advantage of the area’s fishing, hiking, mountain biking, mountain climbing, ghost towns and historic areas.

Mile Hi Rafting offers a wide range of adventures and outdoor packages on the Arkansas River. Call us today and we will gladly create the best recreational package that exceeds your fun and adrenaline thirst.

We provide all the gear–wet suit, splash jacket, PFD, and helmet. Mile Hi has fun whitewater rafting trips for any ability level. We offer child and group discounts, and some of the hottest deals on the river.

Historic and Splendid Wilderness AreaMIleHi

The Bureau of Land Management initially designated the region around Browns Canyon as a wilderness study area after it had been named as a potential site for consideration as such in 1979.

The area of 21,586 acres, became National Monument last February 18 providing habitat protection for bighorn sheep, peregrine falcons, elk, and golden eagles. Just another great reason to visit this magnificent location.

To visit this amazing natural paradise, just call Mile Hi Rafting today, book your trip and enjoy with your friends and family this marvelous natural adventure.