Paddling down a river requires an oar, just as paddling through life requires an orator narrating your actions. Let it be known with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
- $59 for a full-day Salt River whitewater-rafting trip with a barbecue lunch for one, valid Monday–Thursday (up to a $120 value)
- $115 for a full-day Salt River whitewater-rafting trip with a barbecue lunch for two, valid Monday–Thursday (up to a $240 value)
- $229 for a full-day Salt River whitewater-rafting trip with a barbecue lunch for four, valid Monday–Thursday (up to a $480 value)<p>
Skilled paddlers guide groups 9 miles down the Salt River, maneuvering around boulders and through Class III and IV whitewater rapids that are fueled by spring runoff from the White Mountains. When splashing subsides, groups can gaze at the surrounding landscape’s mesh of saguaro cacti, hawks and bald eagles, granite gorges, and wildflowers.<p>
Although the staff supplies a shuttle service, life jackets, wetsuits or splash gear, and a barbecue meal with drinking water for lunch, guests must bring some supplies of their own. See the complete schedule of launch dates.<p>
Canyon Rio Rafting
The highly trained guides at Canyon Rio Rafting spearhead half-, full-, and multi-day expeditions down the Salt River, Rio Chama, and San Juan River. Certified in first aid and versed in advanced wilderness medical and rescue training, they ensure that trips run as smoothly over Class II–IV rapids as a mustache over the foam of a cappuccino. Following romps on oar rafts, paddle rafts, and inflatable kayaks, guides nourish excursionists with gourmet meals.
Alternatively, Canyon Rio Rafting's certified instructors help foster future whitewater navigation by staging courses for guides, rescue technicians, and kayakers.