How to Plan a July 4th River Trip

Posted by on Jun 26, 2017 in Holidays, Rafting, Summer, Trip Planning
How to Plan a July 4th River Trip

There really is no better way to celebrate Independence Day than with whitewater rafting. The whitewater is going to be great this year, so why not spend your 4th of July rafting with Colorado River Rentals! CRR and AVA Rafting & Zipline have outposts in some of the most fun small towns in Colorado, including […]

Steamboat Springs’ Hot Air Balloon Festival

Posted by on Jun 20, 2017 in Destinations, Events
Steamboat Springs’ Hot Air Balloon Festival

Steamboat Springs is a happenin’ place. It’s one of the staple destinations of vacay’ers in the spring and summertime, not to mention its booming popularity in the winter for snow sports. For one weekend a year, Steamboat Springs likes to celebrate all the splendid colors of life with their Hot Air Balloon Rodeo and Art in the Park festival. This […]

The Colorado Trail

Posted by on Jun 14, 2017 in Camping, Destinations, Hiking, Travel, Trip Planning
The Colorado Trail

The Colorado trail is 483 miles of outdoor adventure ground spanning from just southwest of Denver in Waterton Canyon to the Durango area. Traversing this trail will take you through 7 different national forests and across 5 different rivers. Currently the trail is broken down into 28 different segments, each with their own access point. […]

7 Fun Facts about the Stanley Hotel

Posted by on Jun 8, 2017 in Destinations
7 Fun Facts about the Stanley Hotel

The Stanley Hotel is located in Estes Park and is one of the most haunted hotels in the United States. With four hundred and twenty rooms, there is plenty of room for some awesome facts. It is mostly known for being the inspiration for the film The Shining. It is highly reported to have multiple hauntings and it […]

Kremmling Days

Posted by on Jun 2, 2017 in Events, Food, Kremmling, Summer
Kremmling Days

Kremmling Days is a family friendly event that is an annual get together of fun and games that celebrate tradition and culture. This host of festivities is currently celebrating “100 Years of Pioneers” June 17th through June 19th. It rejoices the heritage of Kremmling and its community. This long standing tradition includes the Fireman Games, home baked goods, live music, contests and even a […]

History of Rafting

Posted by on May 27, 2017 in Rafting
History of Rafting

Whitewater rafting has a pretty exciting history. As far as historians know, rafting began when the Nez Perce and other Native American tribes built rafts in Oregon and Idaho. Flowing through Oregon is the Columbia River. This river and its tributaries provided abundant fishing for the many tribes living along the water. Along Columbia’s largest […]

Best RV Parks in Colorado

Best RV Parks in Colorado

Best RV Parks in Colorado Colorado is known for its stunning beauty and plethora of outdoor activities. One of the best ways to enjoy these activities in the summer is to take a trip throughout the state. RVs are a favorite way for many people to get the adventurous spirit of living on the road, […]

Best Hot Springs in Colorado

Posted by on May 15, 2017 in Destinations, Hot Springs
Best Hot Springs in Colorado

Natural hot springs are quite a luxury. Everybody like hot springs, especially after you’ve had a long day of whitewater rafting; hot, soothing waters are a nice change as opposed to cold river water. There is nothing bad about a natural hot tub formed into the ground that has natural healing properties derived from the ancient diffused minerals in the […]

Bachelor Party Ideas on the River

Posted by on May 9, 2017 in Trip Planning
Bachelor Party Ideas on the River

Bachelor Party Ideas on the River Rafting trips are an excellent idea for bachelor parties. If you are planning a bachelor party on the river, you will want to have a few other activities planned to fill in the space and put a bachelor party spin on the trip. Here are a few bachelor party […]

5 Signs You Should Quit Your Job and Become a River Guide

Posted by on May 3, 2017 in Raft Guide, Rafting
5 Signs You Should Quit Your Job and Become a River Guide

Believe it or not, the “Daily Grind” doesn’t have to mean going to work in a stressful and unhappy environment. If work is a daily commitment that is affecting your happiness, it may be time to reevaluate. Maybe you’re making more money than you know what to do with, but if you’re still unhappy and […]