Central Colorado’s must see outfit. Land, Water, Motors, Horses, Fish, Paddle, Guns, Mild, Wild, Family Friendly, Exclusive Private, Budget A La Cart….you name it, Sage has got it.

We sell fun. We do fun. This is our lifestyle. If we didn’t like it, we wouldn’t offer it. We guarantee you’re going to make legendary memories with us!

Raft THE BEST RIVERS IN THE STATE

The amazing thing about rafting in the Vail area is the variety and quality of trips available, all thanks to mother nature. From steep riverbeds with big whitewater and hard paddling, to meandering scenic canyons with time to relax and soak it all in.

Rivers

we raft

River Outposts

Granite, Eagle Vail, Dotsero

Years of Guiding

we’re experts around here

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Our Guides

The family of people that create your experience is what sets Sage apart. We truly love the mountains, and we enjoy sharing that love with our guests. We promise you won’t find a more fun, genuine, professional, and skilled group of guides anywhere else. We work hard to make your trip seamless and convenient. We pour our hearts into your experience so you can live in the moment, in the wild, right along side us.

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ON OUR RANCH Guests CAN see 7 mountain ranges, the continental divide, and stand on the precipice of a jaw dropping 2400 foot chasm

Recent Updates

Stay Cool, It’s The Perfect Time for A Rafting Adventure

We’ve enjoyed warm summer temperatures in Colorado and it’s a perfect time to be out on the water! When it’s hot in town and on the mountain, you know it’s time for a rafting adventure!  Rafting conditions in central Colorado are awesome. While the local news loves reporting about dry conditions and forest fires, we’re... Read more »

Something Completely Different: Horseback Rides With Sage

When was your last horseback ride? Was it a nose-to-tail, hardly thrilling experience? Well, you can forget it. We’ll show you a horseback riding experience the way it was meant to be. Here at Sage Outdoor Adventures, we explore big, wide-open spaces. We ride through open meadows, aspen groves, stands of old-growth spruce forest, and... Read more »

Early Summer Rafting and Runoff Explained

By Cole Bangert Undammed rivers have a unique quality when the weather warms up and the snow melts. We get to watch the delayed reaction on an hourly basis from our office on the bank of the Eagle River. Snow accumulates throughout the winter at elevations between 8,000 and 14,000 feet. In the spring, the... Read more »