Convenient access, clear water, challenging rapids and beautiful scenery make the Cache la Poudre a river-runner’s paradise from May through August for whitewater rafting. Rafts, canoes and kayaks are suitable on various stretches of Colorado's only nationally designated Wild and Scenic river; just make sure you use an experienced commercial outfitter. From Class I all the way to Class V, we have rapids for every age and ability. If it's your first time, don't fret, we have a first timer's guide on what you can expect when it comes to rafting on the Poudre River.
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