If you’re already planning a whitewater rafting trip to Colorado - this is the deal for you.
Buena Vista, Colo. (PRWEB) February 04, 2014
River Runners, a whitewater rafting company with two locations on the Arkansas River in Colorado, announces a 42 percent discount on full-day rafting trips booked by February 14, 2014.
The 42 percent off full-day rafting discount is valid for any date May 1 – September 1, 2014, according to Travis Hochard, general manager, River Runners.
“If you’re already planning a whitewater rafting trip to Colorado - this is the deal for you,” Hochard explained. “It’s a great value and you don’t have to compromise quality or service.”
You can redeem this Colorado rafting promotion online using discount code 1972 or you can call 800-723-8987, according to Hochard.
“The Colorado snowpack is well above average, so we’re on track for one of the best rafting seasons on record,” Hochard explained. “If you’ve always wanted to try whitewater rafting - this is the year to finally check it off your list.”
This 42 percent off rafting discount is valid on full-day trips through the Royal Gorge, the Bighorn Sheep Canyon, the Browns Canyon, the Numbers and the Pine Creek sections of the Arkansas River, according to Hochard.
“These are some of the most sought after rafting trips in Colorado,” Hochard said. “And they are centrally located near almost any Colorado vacation destination.”
River Runners offers guided whitewater rafting trips from the River Runners Riverside Rafting Resort near Buena Vista, Colo. and the Royal Gorge Rafting Center near Cañon City, Colo. Choose from half-day, full-day and overnight rafting trips on beginner, intermediate and advanced whitewater.
The River Runners Riverside Rafting Resort – 6 miles south of Buena Vista, Colorado – features a private put-in for Browns Canyon rafting trips and the Riverside Bar and Grill.
The River Runners Royal Gorge Rafting Center is located at the turn-off to the Royal Gorge Bridge and Park – 1.5 hours southwest of Colorado Springs. Raft through the Royal Gorge of the Arkansas River.