Choose from a variety of suggested hotels, bed and breakfast, and resorts that are suited for every budget and preference.
Antero Hot Springs Cabin is a great option if you want to unwind after a long day. They offer a private pool as well as a massage service which is perfect after a full day of rafting. Every cabin can accommodate up to 4 people. It comes with a fully furnished kitchen, 1 queen and 2 twin beds, freshly roasted coffee, and scenic river view.
The Thomas House B&B is also recommended for its homey ambiance and 360 degrees mountain view. They offer 1 hot tub, private bath, and homemade breakfast.
If you want to stay in a hotel then Grand Vista is the place to be. Every room is complete with modern appliances and fully-fitted mattresses. High-speed wi-fi is provided as well as a complimentary shuttle to the Airport, Amtrak or Greyhound.
There is a little bit of everything for everyone so, travel on your own or bring your friends and family. A warm and friendly community welcomes you as you search for fun outdoor activities that will make you feel more alive than ever! Hike the Colorado trail and discover unique wildflowers while making your way through the entire 500-mile path. Take a dip in mineral-rich natural hot springs that offer healing benefits for the body. Explore acres of mountains, forests, rivers, and canyons as you take a respite from city life. Get your adrenaline pumping as you paddle through rough rapids that will renew your zest for life. Marvel at the beauty of nature and enhance your appreciation for everything it offers.
Breakfast, lunch or dinner are included in the package rates but will depend on the duration of your package. They offer a heavy breakfast consisting of fruits, French toast, eggs, fruit juices, pancakes, cereals, sausage, and bacon. A scrumptious lunch is also served buffet style, offering a variety of sandwiches, salads, meat, cheeses, and drinks. A typical dinner consists of BBQ steak or baked fish, teriyaki chicken, fresh vegetables and salads, fruits, bread, hors-d'oeuvre, and juices.
Besides thrilling rafting packages you can also enhance your rafting skills and knowledge by enrolling in their special courses including:
Swiftwater Rescue Course- teaches rescue operations in swift water situations. Conducted for 3 days at $ 435 per person
Technical Rope Rescue Course- teaches technical rope rescue for over-the-bank situations to vertical cliff and structure rescues. Conducted for 4 days at $705 per person
Teenage Whitewater Camp- teaches river skills and safety techniques needed while giving students the chance to negotiate many rivers and improve their abilities in a variety of crafts. Conducted for 15 days at $ 1595 per person.
River Raft Guide Training- teaches technical white-water strokes. Intended for those pursuing a professional guide certification for commercial use. Conducted for 14 days at $1350 per person (non-employment) or $750 per person (employment)
Technical Rope Rescue Course- teaches technical rope rescue operations. Conducted for 4 days at $705 per person