Utah Whitewater Rivers and Rapids

Utah river trip offer a unique combination of dramatic scenery and exciting white water. The following Utah rivers are suitable for raft trips. Learn about rapid classifications.

Weber Provo River Little Hole Ladore Split Mountain Desolation Yampa Westwater Fisher Towers Green River Daily Dolores San Juan Grand Canyon Labryinth Stillwater Cataract
Westwater: 1-3 day, Class III-IV
Fisher Towers: 1/2-1 day, Class I-III
Cataract: 1-7 day, Class III-V
Grand Canyon: 3-14 day, Class IV-V

Northern Green River
Little Hole: 1/2-1 day, Class III
Lodore: 3-4 day, Class II-IV
Split Mountain: 1/2-1 day, Class II-III
Desolation: 3-6 day, Class II-III
Southern Green River
Green River Daily: 1/2-1 day, Class II
Labyrinth: 3-8 day, Class I
Stillwater: 3-8 day, Class I
White River: 3-4 day, Class I

Dolores River: 3-5 day, Class III-IV
San Juan River: 2-7 day, Class II-III
Yampa River: 2-7 day, Class III-IV
Sevier River: 1/2 day
Provo River: 1-2 hours
Weber River: 1-2 hours
Nearby Idaho Rivers:
Salmon River:
Snake River:

River Trip Details

In remote canyons of the Green, San Juan and Colorado rivers, professional outfitters offer guests wild water in the midst of secluded beauty. Utah's licensed guides provide whitewater rafting adventure never to be forgotten. Contact one of Utah's many professional river outfitters for assistance. Some also offer canoe and kayak trips.

Before your trip, take time to learn more about Utah's white water rafting history, geologic history, and important rafting figures like Haldane "Buzz" Holmstrom. Embark upon Utah's remarkable rivers and experience adventure at its best!

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