Raft & Llama Trek

For a fun combination of Colorado adventures, enjoy rafting the rapids of the Arkansas River one day, and then hiking with llamas the next!

This is a unique opportunity and a fantastic memory maker for families, groups and individuals. 

Start your adventure on Day 1 with a Full Day Rafting Trip through Browns Canyon National Monument, rafting through 16 miles of Colorado’s Arkansas River. During the first part of the day, experience the fun and excitement of rafting several Class III-III+ whitewater rapids such as Pinball, Zoom Flume, and Raft Ripper. After stopping for a riverside lunch it's back to the water, where an afternoon of rapids, including the infamous Seidel's Suckhole and drenching waves of Twin Falls, await. You will be on the river approximately 4-5 hours (varies with water levels), including lunch. Lunch in Browns Canyon features delicious deli-style sandwiches, fruit, homemade breads and fresh-baked sweets.

On Day 2, you will join Spruce Ridge Llama Adventure Treks and hike along with llamas for an all day llama trek adventure high into the pristine Colorado wilderness.  Lunch and snacks provided. For all guests Spruce Ridge Llamas suggests you bring a water hydration day pack to carry things like an extra shirt, rain gear for those surprise mountain showers and camera. Their "guys" like Frosty, Raphael, Hershey or one of their other llamas will carry your food or snacks, supplies and first aid kit.

Overnight accommodations not included in package (see our recommended Lodging Partners). Please call Noah's Ark to make a reservation at least 24 hours in advance.

Raft & Llama Trek

  • Adults: $193
  • Youth (6-12): $141.50
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Trip Details

  • Day 1: 8:45 AM at Noah's Ark for rafting
  • Day 2: 9-10 AM at Spruce Ridge Llamas (4141 CR 210, Salida, CO 81201)
6 years old (could change based on water levels)

2 people

2 Lunches
Class III-IV Rapids

For rafting: Quick-dry clothing (no cotton). Closed toe shoes or sandals appropriate for river activity (no Crocs or flip-flops). Rental gear is available at the front desk.

For llama trek:
Although hiking boots are not needed for day treks, please avoid open toe shoes and sandals as our mountain trails have lots of rocks & roots to cause foot injuries.

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