The Numbers

Class IV Advanced

Minimum Requirements : 16 years old.
All participants should be able to swim and be in good physical condition.
Risk is involved with all whitewater rafting trips – you and everyone in your party must be willing to accept that risk.
All participants must read and sign a waiver – minors under the age of 18 must have a parent or guardian read and sign a waiver on their behalf.

Class IV Advanced

Minimum Requirements :
16 years old

Half Day

$85 / person
Trips depart at 9:00 and 1:00

Book Half Day

Full Day

$150 / person
Trip departs 10:00

Book Full Day
Come experience Colorado high country whitewater rafting at its best! Non-stop continuous excitement and spectacular scenery!

The Numbers offers up a challenging and continuous class IV section of whitewater that will get your adrenaline pumping! Come experience high mountain whitewater rafting in Colorado’s Rocky Mountains. The Numbers section will challenge you as the rapids come in quick succession, dropping in on rapids appropriately named One through Seven while paddling through a beautiful rugged forested canyon.

Want more time on the river? Full day trips are longer and include more rapids and spectacular views as you raft out of the canyon and into the upper Arkansas River Valley. Don’t worry, we’ve got your energy levels covered, full day trips include fresh lunch served along the river. Your guides will prepare your monumental sub sandwich, fresh fruit, chips and salsa, and desert while you relax beside the river.
Special dietary considerations? No problem, just let us know when you book the trip and we’ll prepare something appropriate and delicious.

Availability Calendar

Not finding the availability you want? We might be running the upper sections of the river that day. Check out the the Royal Gorge section for a comparable experience and ability level.


We meet you at the take-out for the trip. Below you can download directions, or simply enter the GPS coordinates into your phone.

GPS : 38.923336 -106.169753

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