How long does it take to raft through the Grand Canyon?

Can you raft the entire Grand Canyon?

For those who do not have enough time to explore the full Grand Canyon river, a motorized raft is a great option as it can cover more river miles a day. The motorized raft can also bring you to major sites much faster than an oar-powered or other kinds of the raft.

How much does it cost to raft through the Grand Canyon?

Grand Canyon National Park: Rafting Costs

A vacation whitewater rafting in Grand Canyon ranges from $360 for a motorized one-day to $6899 for an 18-day oar trip. Once on the water, trips are all inclusive with no additional costs.

How many miles is it to raft the Grand Canyon?

A typical Grand Canyon River rafting trip is 15 – 18 days long and 280 miles long. If you are short on time or just want a shorter trip then you have the option of choosing to run either the Upper or Lower sections of the Canyon.

Can you raft the Grand Canyon without a guide?

These private trips must be self-guided; hiring a professional guide is prohibited. At least one member of the group needs to meet specific requirements of the National Parks Service in regards to river rafting skills and experience.

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What are the hardest rapids in the Grand Canyon?

Mile 179.7 – Lava Falls Rapid (9) – Also known as Vulcan Rapid, is perhaps the most difficult, if short, run in the entire canyon.