When was the last time that you were pushed to do something challenging? Maybe something a bit out of your comfort zone….but you pushed through, got it done and were rewarded by a feeling of accomplishment. It’s a great feeling. One that you have to work for.
Going on a raft trip in the Grand Canyon is challenging for many. Some people wonder “Am I too old?” “Am I too out of shape?” “Do I need to have keen outdoors skills?” “Do I have to be a really good swimmer?” Grand Canyon Whitewater wants to offer you opportunities to take the challenge and feel the rewards of pushing your boundaries a bit.
Rafting on the Colorado River within the Grand Canyon is a wilderness experience where you can take the challenge and yet GCW keeps you safe and comfortable. There’s not much glory in sitting on the couch watching a movie but in the Grand Canyon you can hike, climb, swagger and clamber in ways you never anticipated you could.
GCW crew members, friends and fellow rafters will be there to encourage and support your efforts. Your kids will come alongside you. Sometimes the challenge may be a game in camp. One day it may be an uphill ascent to a waterfall. Or maybe a jump into a clear pool below.
GCW wants you to have all kinds of chances to engage the great outdoors and walk away a better person. Feel the achievement and enjoy your success (survival) So, take the Grand Canyon Challenge. GCW makes it safe and you make it rewarding.