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Rafting in Pagosa Springs

Pagosa's Premier Rafting Company

About Pagosa Springs River Rafting

Here’s where you can find the best Pagosa Springs rafting trips with the finest river guides in Pagosa. We offer Pagosa Springs river rafting trips for everyone. Our Mesa Canyon trip is a scenic trip for the whole family. Our West Fork San Juan River trip is a thrilling whitewater adventure for the outdoor adventure seekers. Our Splash and Dash trip is a short and splashy intro trips for folks looking to test the waters. Allow us, the top Pagosa Springs outfitter, to take you on a unique adventure away from the roads, crowds and stresses of everyday life

On every one of our Pagosa Springs rafting trips we proudly offer all-inclusive pricing, free photos of your trip, small group sizes, premium rafts, and state of the art equipment. All trips also offer short shuttles to and from the river, convenient on-site parking, bathrooms and changing rooms at our downtown headquarters, and a retail shop full of souvenirs and those last minute items you might need for your adventure. We’ve spent years refining our equipment, operational procedures and trip itineraries to get right into Pagosa’s best adventures without wasting your valuable time.  Come see why we were voted the best Pagosa Springs river rafting outfitter and San Juan river guides in Pagosa Springs.


The Best Pagosa Springs River Rafting

May and June are normally the prime months for rafting Pagosa Springs and the best time to book a San Juan River guide. River flows typically peak in mid to late May and this is when to find the biggest whitewater thrills. By early-June, the weather gets warmer and river levels drop, making trips more family-friendly. By July the river in Pagosa is normally below rafting flows and we offer Pagosa Springs tube rentals and trips until Labor Day weekend.

What the River Flow Means For Rafting

The River Gauge in Pagosa gives flow in CFS – cubic feet per seconds.  River levels can fluctuate daily based on snow melt and rainfall.

  • below 400 = tubing
  • 400-800 = low
  • 800-1500 = medium
  • 1500-2400 = medium/high
  • 2400-3600 = high
  • 3600-up= really high