The Best Time To Take A Hoover Dam Raft Tour

The Hoover Dam is one of the most iconic man-made sites in the United States, representing the fortitude of a generation that had to overcome the Great Depression. It’s still operating as one of the most powerful structures in the region. Tourists from the around the globe come to learn more about the history of the dam and to see how it works today, but many do not realize that they can embark on an adventurous Hoover Dam raft tour.

The best time to take a Hoover Dam raft tour depends on your own personal preferences. Here's what you need to know about this daily experience:

Winter River Tours

The winter season is ideal for travelers who are bothered by the hot, humid heat of the summer months and who don't mind brisk air as they raft down the Colorado River. Average daily temperatures can range from 60 to 70 degrees, so it's wise to dress in layers for the trip.

Spring Hoover Dam Experiences

Spring is a popular time for booking Hoover Dam raft tours because the weather is neither too hot nor too chilly. Temperatures range from 70 to 85 degrees, and the humidity levels are typically lower than during the summer months. 

Summer Raft Tours

Summer in the desert can be hot, with temperatures rising higher than 100 degrees during the peak of the day. This is a great time to book a Hoover Dam raft tour, because the sun is nearly always shining and there's rarely any rain. Travelers need to be sure to pack their sunscreen, and wear light, cool clothing.

Fall River Adventures

The fall season is often an extension of summer, with temperatures hovering between 80 and 90 degrees. There's little precipitation in the fall, which makes for consistently wonderful raft excursions every day.

The Hoover Dam Raft Tour at Black Canyon River Adventures embarks daily in the late morning hours, and lasts for about 3 hours. You’ll travel along the Colorado River through the Black Canyon, where you can witness spectacular views of the dam. To book your Hoover Dam raft tour, contact us today.