|Gore Canyon is recognized as one of the most extreme commercially rafted sections in the United States.
This spectacular remote wilderness gorge is located near the headwaters of the mighty Colorado River. The
run begins as the Blue River, Muddy Creek and the mighty Colorado all come together and begin the
descent into this epic class V canyon. Gore is a deep and remote river gorge with heart pounding rapids. The large drops, numerous obstacles, and steep gradient make Gore Canyon the epidome of classic whitewater. Before entering the canyon paddlers will have an extensive safety talk, participate in a whitewater swimming lesson, and practice getting back in the boat on their own. Gore is the ultimate whitewater experience. We are looking for individuals who are in great physical condition, who preferebly have paddling experience, and are at least fifteen years of age. Applicants cannot have a previous heart condition or a baby growing in their tummy. Once you run Gore Canyon you will want to share your experience with all your friends and family. That is why we offer a DVD compiled with still shots, video from shore, and helmet camera footage edited by profesionals and set to music. Check out our video section to get an idea of the quality documentation you will have of your expedition. Every member of our Gore Canyon crew has multiple years of experience and are all Swiftwater Rescue Technicians. Liquid Descent has the highest guide to customer ratio of all companies that run Gore canyon, and every trip will have a minimum of one safety Kayaker. Liquid Descent prides itself in having fantastic, clean, and up to date gear for our customers. If you are going to run Class V, you might as well do it in style. Liquid Descent is owned and operated by experienced whitewater professionals. Running rivers is our pasion, and our excitment for our job is contagious. Come let us show why Liquid Descent is the most prefered outfittter on the river. Check out our website at www.liquiddescent.com to find out more about us, the many rivers we offer trips on, and what separates us from the compitition.