The mighty Colorado River runs from Colorado through Utah, Arizona, Nevada and California and into Mexico. The approximate 1,450-mile (2,330-kilometer) river is most well-known for being the waterway that runs through the Grand Canyon, Hoover Dam ... 

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have, n fun in an inspireing and aswome grand canyon

April 2013

my mates just relaxn and taken in the awsome sights.

Hoover Dam

November 2011

Hoover Dam: Taken from the bridge.

Boarding the motorized raft on the Colorado River

September 2011

Boarding the motorized raft on the Colorado River

Getting wet!

February 2011

Anonymous

Anonymous

The first waterfall we found...

Landing at the Beach

February 2011

Anonymous

Anonymous

A nice break on the journey

Back on the raft

February 2011

Anonymous

Anonymous

This really was an experience of a lifetime

On the Raft

February 2011

Anonymous

Anonymous

Our guides were awesome

View of Hoover Dam

November 2009

View of Hoover Dam

Kids in the River

August 2009

This was our first stop on the river. It was a hot day 110 degrees but the water was a very cool 57 degrees! Look how remarkably clear the water is.

Syncronized Dive

May 2009

Me & brother chose to dive into the Colorado River which just happens to be 54 degrees. My mom was able to capture the dive. We immediately got out of the water!

Hammin' it up at the Hoover Dam

November 2007

Keli S
USA

This is on the inflatable raft ride up the Colorado River, which starts at the base of Hoover Dam. Great fun!

Captain and co-pilot!

November 2007

Keli S
USA

The helicopter ride over the Grand Canyon was very cool!

White Water Grand Canyon Rafting Tour

April 2015

Beginning of White Water Grand Canyon Rafting Tour

Hoover dam

December 2014

Proof we were there

launch site

November 2014

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