Salt River Rafting on Arizona's Desert Jewel
SALT RIVER RAFTING SEASON: FEB - MAY!
Welcome to whitewater rafting on the Salt River! This is no tubing trip on a trickle of water coming out of Phoenix. This is fast, wet, and exciting whitewater rafting. The rapids are plentiful, the canyon is beautiful, the food is delicious, and in Arizona, the weather is always perfect for rafting.
Join us for a half, single or multi-day trip and experience a part of the desert rarely seen by others. Only 2 hours from Phoenix and 4 from Flagstaff, this hidden gem will change your perspective on the desert forever. Our trained, professional guides are ready for you with all the equipment, knowledge, and experience you need to get down the river. Sign up, meet us at the river, and we will show you a truly incredible time. We’ll even throw in a hot lunch so what are you waiting for?
Salt River Rafting Half Day - Enjoy a half day of rafting on our wet and wild Salt River Rafting Half Day. This run features many fun class III rapids packed into 5 miles of river. Meet us at the Salt River Bridge at 11:00am, where your guides will outfit you in wet suits, splash gear, and PFDs (life jackets) so that you can comfortably navigate this exciting stretch of white water. .
Salt River Rafting One Day - Our most popular trip! 11 miles of exciting rapids and excellent views. Take a break at the Canyon Rio base camp where you can dry off and play horseshoes while your guides cook up hamburgers and hot dogs for lunch.
Salt River Rafting Two Day - This trip takes you deeper into the Salt River Canyon for more rapids and a view of the sacred Salt Banks. A gear boat will join your party and is equipped with everything you need to enjoy a night under the Arizona stars.
Salt River Rafting Super One Day -Double the miles, double the rapids, double the adventure. This high paced trip covers the same amount of river as the Two Day but does it in one. This trip is only offered on high water weekends.
Salt River Rafting Three Day - Break away from the crowds and lose yourself in the Salt River Canyon. This 54 mile trip ends at Lake Roosevelt and gives participants the full experience. Camp, hike, and enjoy the largest commercially run rapids on the Salt.