- Put in is at Kremmling near Rocky Mountain NP
- Class IV and V+
- River Length
- 6 miles
- Full day
- August to September
DescriptionThis thrilling section of nonstop rapids is the highest part of the Colorado that can be rafted. Some of the most extreme and dangerous rapids in the state can be found in this stretch of the Upper Colorado, as its water races through narrow canyons, holes, falls, and whitewater of all kinds. Occasional portages and scouting ahead to check river conditions are a must.
This trip puts in at the town of Kremmling and continues to the Pumphouse campground. Prior rafting experience is required and the minimum age is 18. Some companies allow you to extend your trip with the more gentle Pumphouse section downriver.