Here at Echo Canyon River Expeditions, our primary focus has always been and continues to be the safety and health or our guests and staff. We are closely monitoring the updates and guidelines set forth by county and state agencies with regard to COVID-19. We are following all necessary precautions and guidance as advised by our county and state agencies to that end.
Rafting operations begin May 23rd. Our 8 Mile Bar & Grill restaurant is open for the season and hours of operation can be found here. Our Royal Gorge Cabins lodging options with luxury cabin rentals, glamping tents, and tent site rentals opens May 22nd.
Anyone experiencing COVID-19 symptoms is NOT allowed on any Echo Canyon property. Please do not make a reservation if you have symptoms. If you or anyone on your reservation develops symptoms please contact us by phone at 800.755.3246
We will email you a unique link soon after you make your reservation.
No. Guests are not required to wear face coverings while rafting. You are welcome to wear a covering while rafting if you prefer to do so, but we encourage you to consider a synthetic neck gaiter sun buff since they are much more comfortable once they get wet.
Yes. All Echo Canyon staff will wear face coverings. Raft Guides will wear covering for all portions of their interactions with guests and while on the raft.
At this time we do not have face coverings available for sale in our retail store. However, we do have face coverings on order for resale later this summer.
Contact us by phone and we will discuss rescheduling or refund options. 800.755.3246
Yes, we do! Visit our 8 Mile Bar & Grill page for the link to order online.
We are open for dine-in service effective May 22nd. Increased table spacing has been put in place, and additional safety precautions will also be in place.
Yes, and the policy will be strictly enforced. Patrons must wear a face covering upon entering our dining space and on the way to your table. Once seated, face coverings can be removed. If patrons get up for any reason to move about the dining room or patio, face coverings must once again be worn.
We are following Center for Disease Control guidelines with a multi-purpose cleaner. While cleaning the units we open all windows to air out the interior space. After using the multi-purpose cleaner we sanitize surfaces with isopropyl alcohol. All Housekeepers wear face coverings and masks when cleaning cabins and glamping tents.
Yes! Touchless check-in is not required but available if requested. Please let us know when making your reservation if you would like a touchless check-in.
View our family-friendly or adrenaline-pumping trips available starting May 23rd!