What the 2021-2022 Winter Forecast Means for Spring 2022 Rafting

Posted by on Nov 19, 2021 in Class IV, Colorado River, Rafting, Water Levels
What the 2021-2022 Winter Forecast Means for Spring 2022 Rafting

The rafting season in Colorado goes from the cool mornings of May to the warm nights of September. This 4-month rafting season requires a lot of runoff to make it all the way through, so a good winter and heavy snowpack is essential for a full rafting season bursting with whitewater.   The Farmer’s Almanac is a great […]

Tips for Winterizing your Raft Gear

Posted by on Oct 26, 2021 in Gear, Rafting, Winter
Tips for Winterizing your Raft Gear

The air is getting cooler, and the water levels are getting lower. It’s that time of the year everybody – winter is coming! If you’re like us, you’re not interested in river rafting in near-freezing waters. Most of us have set aside our summer rafting gear and started getting those skis or snowboards out to […]

Top 5 Eats In Kremmling, Colorado

Posted by on Oct 15, 2021 in Food, Kremmling, Travel, Trip Planning
Top 5 Eats In Kremmling, Colorado

Kremmling, Colorado is a gorgeous stretch of land known as the “sportsman’s paradise” located between Silverthorne, Colorado, and Steamboat Springs, Colorado. You will find many different outdoor activities such as hiking, biking, camping, horseback riding, and rafting. There is no shortage of adventures to go on in this part of the state. In between your […]

The Top Fall Activities Near Kremmling, Colorado

The Top Fall Activities Near Kremmling, Colorado

  Sitting at 7300ft in elevation, the small town of Kremmling, Colorado boasts beautiful early season foliage. At higher altitudes, the weather cools much sooner in the season, paired with the shorter days you’ll see fall colors present themselves weeks before they’ll be spotted at lower elevation. Not to mention that the town of Kremmling, […]

Where to Paddleboard In and Around Kremmling, CO

Where to Paddleboard In and Around Kremmling, CO

But First, Safety Before you venture out for a day on the water, brush up on your safety info. Here are a few things you must know to paddleboard safely. Wear a bathing suit or a wetsuit, close-toe shoes, and remember to bring sun protection: sunscreen, sunglasses, and a hat. Always wear a personal floatation […]

SUPing the Colorado River – What You Need to Know

SUPing the Colorado River – What You Need to Know

Fun In the Sun  Experience an adrenaline adventure in the stunning Rocky Mountain wilderness. Enjoy breathtaking scenery and roaring rapids in unspoiled terrain where wildlife vastly outnumbers the human population.     The Place  Kremmling is the place for a stunning Colorado getaway with impressive views of the Fall alpine landscape. Enjoy the natural beauty and […]

The Upper Colorado River Near Kremmling, CO: Water Level, Conditions, and More. July 2021

Posted by on Jul 2, 2021 in Colorado River, Kremmling, Rafting
The Upper Colorado River Near Kremmling, CO: Water Level, Conditions, and More. July 2021

If you’ve never visited the Upper Colorado or the town of Kremmling, you are in for a huge surprise. This area has tons to offer in terms of off-roading, fly fishing, rafting, and just about anything you can think of doing on two feet (or four). For those of you who hear the calling to […]

Top 4 Rivers to Camp at This Summer

Top 4 Rivers to Camp at This Summer

If you’re into backpacking, fishing, or camping, then you know that spending the night 100ft from moving water is the stuff dreams are made of. There’s something instinctively calming about being near water, it could be the calling of the lapping waves on the shore or the cool humidity that comes from cold streams in […]

Know Before You Go(CFS, Swimming Techniques and Gear)

Posted by on May 9, 2021 in Gear, Gear Rentals, Raft Guide, Rafting, Summer, Uncategorized
Know Before You Go(CFS, Swimming Techniques and Gear)

CFS CFS or Cubic Feet per Second is a measurement used in the whitewater community. This measurement is the volume and speed of the water flowing in a river at any given point. CFS is calculated by multiplying the river’s width, depth, and speed of the water. High CFS means the water is flowing fast […]

Where Can I Raft in Colorado this Spring?

Where Can I Raft in Colorado this Spring?

Happy Spring, ya’ll! As our snow slowly melts, our rivers will begin to fill, the Colorado outdoor experience is shifting from skiing to rafting. It is almost time to throw your skis in storage and break out your paddles. If you do not have paddles, AVA Rafting & Zipline has you covered. We have three […]