Virgin River Rafting in Utah - Rafting CompaniesFlowing leisurely out of Zion National Park, the Virgin River quickly becomes more than a handful. Following her descent into Virgin River Gorge, you'll find she grows progressively steeper, reaching 70 feet per mile, 10 times that of the Colorado as it flows through the Grand Canyon. As the Virgin River is not dammed, her water flow and depth is entirely dependent on snowpack from the previous winter. Be sure to check with your guide for the perfect time of year to run this river. The Virgin is a colder river as a result of the snowpack, and makes for a refreshing adrenaline-packed trip when the summer heats up. The North Fork section of the Virgin River is considered to be a Class III to Class V and rapids can get very intense on this stretch, so is not recommended for beginners. For those with an adrenaline habit, this is your little slice of heaven.
Browse the listings below to find the perfect guide to lead you down the intense waters of the Virgin River. Please be sure to check with your guide to be sure your experience level is well matched to the challenging rapids of this river.
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