Are you ready to take on some of the most COOLEST, wild and challenging tours you might ever meet? With Los Rios River Runners Rafting, it's all about a New Mexico experience you won't ever forget!
Los Rios River Runners Rafting offer a number of guided whitewater rafting tours for all ages and experiences. Their fun-loving guides are highly-trained, and will help you experience things you might never have thought possible.
With Los Rios River Runners, you can raft the white-knuckle whitewater of the world-famous Taos Box. You can float through the spectacular Chama river canyon and sleep under the stars.
Perhaps you want to enjoy a traditional Pueblo Indian feast after floating a calm stretch of the Rio Grande with a native guide?
Just imagine the fun of taking your kids on a Rio Grande white water adventure they'll remember their whole lives.
Los Rios River Runners has more access to New Mexico's rivers than any other rafting company. They offer half-day, full-day and overnight adventures near Taos and Santa Fe
So try out rafting with Los Rios, and meet the most experienced, the most knowledgeable, and the most fun river rafting guides in New Mexico.
You will be transported from the meeting point to the river and back again in a Los Rios vehicle. Please do not leave any valuables in your car or in our vehicle as we cannot be responsible for security.
The Los Rios Boathouse
4003 S. Highway 68, Ranchos de Taos
Meeting place for Taos Box, Middle Box and overnight trips
From the south, on Highway 68:
Driving north into Taos, pass Taos Drums on your left. Pass Camino de Golondrina on your right. Turn right on the next dirt road signposted Old Highway 68, exactly at mile marker 40. Turn left into the first driveway.
From Taos and points north, Angel Fire, Red River, and Mora:
rafting the rio grandeCome into Taos and go south on Highway 68. Pass the Ranchos de Taos post office and the famous San Francisco de Asis church on your left. The speed limit signs will go up: 40, 45, 50. Look on your left for the big Los Rios sign. Turn left on the next dirt road signposted Old Highway 68, exactly at mile marker 40. Turn left into the first driveway.
Tours from $54
Tours from $34 (Under5s) and $44 (Under 12s)
They provide snacks of chips and salsa, fresh fruit, and cookies on the half day trips, except for the Sunset Dinner raft where you get to tuck into delicious meals including steak, tofu, quesadilla, mashed potatoes and of course dessert! Full day and over night trips offer more substantial meals
Before you book, check all the information on the tours from the website, as they list minimum age, equipment and kit they provide and what you will need, as well as departure times. That way you can really make the best decision on what is best for you!
It's always a good idea to take healthy snacks and bottled water with you just in case!
Their trips require varying degrees of fitness, so you must consider the mental and physical capacities of your family when choosing the trip
They provide all rafting and safety equipment including life-jacket, helmet if desired, waterproof jacket and pants, transportation to and from meeting place,