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ABOUT THE Experience

Disconnect to re-connect.  You’ve worked hard to get here, now let us be your guide to re-connecting with yourself, with your family, or with nature.  Perhaps all three. We help you forget technology for a short time as you reap the benefits of experiencing the outdoors in beautiful Aspen Snowmass.  Summer in Aspen is an experience in and of itself. Let us take you to the next level by providing you with the best rafting in Aspen, the only guided bike tours of the Maroon Bells, or the most unique dining experience you’ll ever enjoy, our nightly Sunset Dinners. Click the play button below to see all that we have to offer you and your family this summer!

"We return to Blazing Adventures each year with a large group of kids aged 8-13. The staff we work with to organize our outing are consistently friendly and extremely organized."

Rosie W

"Blazing Adventures name should really be Amazing Blazing Adventures!"

Meredith G

"Class act... I would recommend Blazing Adventures to anyone asking for a recommendation for their trip to Aspen."

Lisa S

"These folks can do it all! Can't wait to get back."

Michael K

Roaring Fork Valley


Aspen has been made famous for its world-class skiing.  People around the world associate Aspen with skiing. But, the hidden secret is that Aspen also has world-class whitewater rafting, hiking, biking, and Jeeping as well.

What to do in Aspen

      • Eat! Enjoy Aspen’s culinary diversity
      • Night Life
      • World Famous Silver Queen Gondola


Snowmass became a ski area in 1968 and slowly becoming recognized as the summertime version of Shangri-La. Snowmass is famous for endless miles of single track and its family friendly, laid back atmosphere.

What to do in Snowmass

      • Thursday Night Concerts
      • Snowmass Rodeo


Your safety is our guides’ priority.  All guides have a minimum of CPR/First Aid certifications with many that are Wilderness First Responders and EMTs

Continued education is something in which our guides take great pride.  Each year we train a number of river guides in swift water rescue courses.

Our Land guides work with Aspen Center for Environmental Studies and the Aspen Historical Society, among many other resources, to continually learn and improve upon their outdoor knowledge and skills.