Well, the sun is shining, the Rio Grande is up and we are experiencing spectacular Taos rafting and Santa Fe rafting for the spring season here in Northern New Mexico. The Rio Grande in the Taos Box is close to 700cfs and we have had some wonderfully warm and sunny days in between healthy, high water content storms blanketing the Upper Rio Grande Watershed. This means potentially great Taos rafting opportunities during Spring Break as well as consistent flows and Santa Fe rafting into the summer months.
The crew at New Mexico River Adventures has been wasting no time and taking full advantage of these early season flows and weather. Our guides have already close to 20 Racecourse trips braving the cooler temperatures in February and enjoying the increased flows and the best of Santa Fe rafting so far in March. As for the other sections of the river including the Taos Box and the Razorblades, we have been training hard and enjoying some great runs in anticipation for our Spring Break start in the coming days. Our Taos rafting trips are the best in the area and we are looking forward to another incredible season starting now!
Of course, if you’re in town for skiing and the weather is a bit warmer than you expected, think about an alternative. Try a day of Santa Fe rafting on the Racecourse with us or try a full day trip on the Taos Box. Either way, you won’t be disappointed with the great water levels and superb weather on the many sections of the river that you may explore with New Mexico River Adventures. Our Season has officially opened so please give us a call for more information about whitewater action near Santa Fe and Taos!