Whitewater Rafting

Vail Wedding Rafting and Wedding Transportation

Rafting Shoshone

At Timberline Tours, we love celebrating Vail weddings and Vail honeymoons while whitewater rafting. In addition to offering public rafting trips that are available every day of the summer, Timberline Tours can customize private rafting trips and outdoor celebrations that bring together adventurous groups of family members and friends. Of course, we think that rafting… Read more »

When is the Colorado Rafting Season?

Rafting Shoshone Colorado

We stay excited about the Colorado rafting season all year long, but summer is the best time for whitewater rafting in Colorado. In general, the Colorado rafting season can begin as early as May and last through October. However, the best three months for Colorado rafting are June, July, and August. Read on to find… Read more »

Rafting with Kids

We often get asked: Can I go rafting with kids? In short, our answer is yes, with some trip exceptions and limitations depending on age and weight. Our Class II Upper Colorado River trip is appropriate for advanced toddlers who weigh 30 pounds or more and who can fit in a Timberline Tours personal floatation… Read more »

Play and Stay: Timberline Rafting and Luxury Camping with Collective Vail

Summertime is the best time to explore Vail’s natural surroundings, and with Collective Vail, a retreat at 4 Eagle Ranch, you can play and stay in a place that’s closely connected to the great outdoors. Collective Vail offers luxury camping accommodations, so you can settle in and get into the glamping—glamorous camping—groove. Once you check… Read more »

Vail Whitewater Rafting for Beginners

Rafting Shoshone

Timberline Tours offers Vail whitewater rafting trips for beginners that range from relaxing float trips to those that are rippling with rapids. If you’ve never been rafting before, don’t worry: Beginners are welcome! We can help you choose the river section that’s best for a safe and fun introduction to the sport of whitewater rafting…. Read more »