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Glenwood Springs also represents an inexpensive down-valley alternative to Aspen and Vail – it's only one hour from each, which makes it a reasonable budget base for some of Colorado's best skiing.


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Glenwood Springs activities

$57 Water Sports

Glenwood Springs Half-Day Rafting Trip

By far our most popular trip, this 3 hour rafting trip meets at our river front facility. Heading up river about 9 miles to the Shoshone Rapids in Glenwood Canyon on the Colorado River, we get off to an exciting start as we navigate the class III-IV rapids including The Wall, Tombstone, Maneater, Superstition, and many more. The river gradually begins to mellow out and your guide will educate you on the incredible history of Glenwood Canyon and the Colorado River. At lower flows, natural hot springs flow right into the river and we can stop and soak. Your trip will end right back at our private river ramp at our facility, where you can walk from the raft to a warm shower, to your car and belongings, and immediately view photos from your trip.

$47 Water Sports

Glenwood Springs Short and Mild Rafting Trip

We meet at our riverside facility 45 minutes in advance and then depart directly from our facility down the Colorado River. Our experienced guides pilot 16’ rafts capable of carrying 8 guests through roughly 6 miles of beautiful scenery. The most exciting rapid, South Canyon, can be up to class III during June runoff. After about 1.5hrs of float time, it’s just a 12 minute shuttle ride back home, making this the perfect primer to river experiences. Launch site and take out are subject to change due to water conditions but will always contain scenic views and a beautiful Class II float.Class Rating: Class II, on the Colorado River, 6+ river miles, departs from our riverfront facility.Age/Weight: Minimum age 2, no minimum weight, max weight 375lbs.Meeting place: All trips meet at our location in Glenwood Springs, CO, which is about 2.75 hours from DIA, 1 hour from Vail and 1.25 hours from Aspen.

$42 Tours & Sightseeing

Full Day Bike Rental With Free Glenwood Canyon Shuttle

You will meet at our office in Downtown Glenwood Springs, where you will be fitted up with your bike.  Our shuttle will take you and your bike up to the Head of Glenwood Canyon, from there you will bike back down along the Colorado River, at your own pace.  Along the way there are several opportunities for you to lock up your bikes and go for a hike, or have a picnic lunch.  The famous Hanging Lake is a popular hike for many bikers in Glenwood Canyon.Your bike will have a handlebar bag and water bottle holder.  The bike is yours for the day, and doesn't need to be returned until we close in the evening.

$65 Tours & Sightseeing

Red Mountain Off-Road Segway Adventure

Your trip will start in downtown Glenwood Springs where you will receive personalized training from your expert segway guide as you effortlessly learn to ride your very own segway.  Once everyone is comfortable we will head out, and you will ride your segway 2,000 feet above historic Glenwood Springs on a paved and dirt road while enjoying spectacular views of the Roaring Fork Valley, Mt. Sopris, Glenwood Springs and Glenwood Canyon. The tour, including training will take about 3 hours.

$2799 18-to-Thirtysomethings

Los Angeles to Seattle Road Trip

With so many hot spots in America's Western states, it can be hard to decide where to hit. So we've done all the hard work for you with a 21-day road trip that crosses a host of destinations off your list, keeping time and your budget in mind. Start off on a glamorous note with the glitz of Los Angeles and Las Vegas before venturing to incredible national parks (Joshua Tree, Zion, Grand Canyon). The best of the west awaits.

$8149 18-to-Thirtysomethings

The Great American Road Trip–LA to New York

There's no better way to do the U.S. justice than a great American road trip. This 53-day tour hits all the marks, going coast-to-coast from bustling cities to incredible natural wonders, and charming small towns in between. Hike alongside sequoias, waterfalls, and wildlife in Yosemite National Park, get weird among Portland's artsy shops, indie breweries, and up-and-coming eateries, and join party revellers on New Orleans' famed Bourbon Street. Epic road trips are made of this.