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Old 07-01-2008   #1
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Wondering how late in the season you can raft?

Was wondering how late in the season can you raft (using a commercial service)? Is late Sept too late? Thanks.

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Old 07-01-2008   #2
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I am sure you can raft Shosone in Glenwood in Sept. You might be able to do a Royal Gorge trip too, depending on flows, usually rain dependent that time of year.

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Old 07-01-2008   #3
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Originally Posted by jarraa View Post
Was wondering how late in the season can you raft (using a commercial service)? Is late Sept too late? Thanks.
Gore season starts in the late summer/Fall. Westwater commercial trips are available late and also Gates of Ladore on the Green. You need to be more specific about where you want to raft. Gauley Season is in the Fall.
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