If you’re looking for a great way to end the summer, renting a rafting trip with Southwest Raft & Jeep is the best way to do that. We can provide you with so many different options, and so many adventurous ways to have fun. As the summer sun starts to fade, you’ll want to get the best of those last few warm days.
Whitewater rafting is, to the untrained eye, a sport for adrenaline junkies. Many people will hear the term and run, claiming many reasons why they simply can’t do it. There are a lot of myths surrounding whitewater rafting that give it an odd reputation, and when we hear these rumors, we shoot them down immediately. But to save you the trouble, here are five myths about whitewater rafting you may mistakenly believe.
You probably don’t think about your health when you consider a white water rafting trip. You’re probably more concerned with safety, than anything else! Here at Southwest Raft & Jeep, we can assure you that we offer the safest rafting trips in Colorado. But we can also tell you some awesome benefits that come along with white water rafting--did you know this amazing adventure sport is also excellent for your health?
Are you ready to hit the waters after reading last week’s post about how to prepare for a San Juan river trip? If you weren’t interested in the San Juan river, we offered suggestions to other popular local rivers you might like including the Piedra River, Animas River, Dolores River, Chama River, West Water, Cataract Canyon, The Grand Canyon, Dinosaur National Monument via the Green and Yampa Rivers, and Desolation and Gray Canyons via the Green River.
Just because you don’t own your own raft, it doesn’t mean you can’t hop on the river for a rafting adventure! At Southwest Raft and Jeep, we are excited to announce that we are now renting out rafts and gear for both single day and multi-day trips – because let’s face it, sometimes one day on the river just isn’t enough. Let’s explore what you can expect when rafting on the San Juan River and touch on some other local