Green River Rafting
The Green River begins high in the mountains of southwest Wyoming and makes its way through Northwestern Colorado where it is joined by the Yampa River and eventually joins the Colorado River in Utah. Along the way the Green River cuts through some of the most spectacular red wall canyons in the west.
The Green River was first navigated by John Wesley Powell in 1869. Today there are many rafting outfitters that run white water rafting trips on the Green River in Colorado and Utah.
Most Green River rafting trips are multi-day big canyon trips. However there is a section of the Green River that is commonly run as a day trip called the Split Mountain section.
We've included in our Green River rafting guide many of the top rafting outfitters. They run wonderful trips so please contact them to book your Green River rafting adventure.