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For the bold and brave the Colorado can be rafted through the Grand Canyon, but with age a quieter passage may be preferred. We rafted the river from the Glen Canyon dam to Lees Ferry. The trip takes about four hours and takes you through...More
Going further down the El Dorado Canyon from Nelson Ghost Town is the Colorado River. It was the start of summer but there weren't that many people there. I didn't know the river was there or I would have been more suitably dressed but its...More
Unlike many of the States in the Midwest and east coast we don't have many boating options. The Colorado river provides the perfect boating and family destination. The emerald green water is the perfect temperature all summer long. Boat launching is available from many public...More
We have visited the Colorado River in Arizona and Nevada. After running through the Grand Canyon, the Colorado reaches Hoover Dam and turns south creating the state line between Arizona and Nevada. There is so much to do in this amazing waterway- whitewater rafting, tubing,...More
If you go in the summer, Laughlin is hot. The river tends to cool things down a little. You can take a water taxi to the different hotels and casinos for a small fee. You can also rent jet skis on the river. It is...More
We have stayed in Laughlin Nevada several times over the years and may even go back this year.You can't beat the hotel and food prices not to mention it all sits along side the Colorado river.Always good weather many things around to do.
Bit of a late review but we took a 4 day Canyon river holiday as we happened to be in Vegas (as you do). It was my 50th birthday so suitable for all ages and abilities.
We flew from Vegas North up to Whitmore (International)...More