The snowmelt from the 13,000 and 14,000 foot peaks that surround Telluride fill our river basin and initiate a thrilling whitewater rafting time-frame for one of the state’s last free flowing waterways. From late May through the end of June the San Miguel River swells with millions of gallons of water, providing class II-III+ whitewater.
Our local guides provide all the necessary gear and handle all the required logistics. Their professional expertise and local knowledge will ensure lasting memories and an exhilarating experience down the beautiful San Miguel. NOTE: this is a late May – end of June activity as flows subside substantially as the snow pack melts.
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|Half-Day - Specie Creek to Beaver Ceek||Call for pricing||Call for pricing|
|Half-Day - Deep Creek to Placerville||Call for pricing||Call for pricing|
The most popular option includes the half-day Specie Creek to Beaver Creek portion (class II & III rapids), with the adrenaline pumping Deep Creek to Placerville portion (class III & III+ rapids) more accommodating for the true adventure enthusiast. Full day options available.