Grand Canyon Trips:
|Full Canyon Trips|
|Upper Canyon Trips|
|Lower Canyon Trips|
|Spring & Fall Extended Trip Options|
|Paddle the Canyon|
Outdoors Unlimited offers several different Grand Canyon rafting trip options ranging from 5-Day to 15-Day whitewater adventures.
A Full Trip Grand Canyon rafting trip traverses the entire length of the river from Lee's Ferry down to Lake Mead. A full trip through the entire canyon allows for extra time to explore the numerous side hikes and ancient Indian ruins.
An Upper Grand Canyon whitewater rafting trip floats the first 88 miles from the put-in at Lee's Ferry through Marble Canyon down to Phantom Ranch. This trip includes a day-hike on the Bright Angel Trail.
A Lower Grand Canyon whitewater rafting trip floats the remaining 192 miles from Phantom Ranch down to Lake Mead. The Lower is home to the infamous Crystal Rapid as well as Lava Falls... some of the biggest rapids on the river. This trip includes a day-hike on the Bright Angel Trail.
These trips take place during times of optimal temperatures. They allow for more exploration of the side canyons and a slow pace on the water. Ideal for those who may be sensitive to the hot desert temperatures of summer and for the older customer.
Experience one of the most beautiful canyons on the Colorado River. This upper stretch of canyon floats from Glen Canyon Dam down to Lee's Ferry.
Due to limited availability, the National Park Service has limited use in the popular Lees Ferry to Diamond Creek section of the Colorado River to one recreational river trip per individual each calendar year. Because of this regulation, Outdoors Unlimited cannot accept a reservation from any individual who has or will participate in any other full or partial canyon commercial or non-commercial river trip within the same calendar year. If you have already completed or have plans to participate in any other Grand Canyon river trip this year and would like to go again, please respect your fellow boaters by waiting until next year or sometime thereafter to book your next trip. Grand Canyon National Park’s one-trip-per-year rule is strictly enforced
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