5 Reasons August is a Great Time to go on a Private Rafting Trip in Colorado

5 Reasons August is a Great Time to go on a Private Rafting Trip in Colorado

It’s that time of the year where the high water and upper class rapids are close to non-existent, but there are still some great river adventures to be had this August.  Ready for the weekend of a lifetime?  Rent some river gear and head out on a private rafting trip!  Here are 5 reasons August […]

All About Spending the Night Along the Colorado River Near Kremmling

All About Spending the Night Along the Colorado River Near Kremmling

Rafting on an overnight trip can be the adventure of a lifetime. From the seclusion of sleeping riverside, to the surprising luxury afforded by having rafts along to haul supplies, this is a favorite of many. On an overnight rafting trip, you get all the seclusion and quiet that you may on a backcountry backpacking trip, but you don’t […]

Colorado Overnight Rafting Trip Gear List

Colorado Overnight Rafting Trip Gear List

It’s like camping, but you’ll be cruising along the water all day… so how do you bring everything you need?  What do you even need to bring and what can you leave behind for the weekend?  This gear list should help you know exactly what to pack for your next overnight rafting excursion. Water First […]

Why a Dry Bag is Essential for your Colorado Rafting Trip

Why a Dry Bag is Essential for your Colorado Rafting Trip

“But we’re just floating down a section of the Upper Colorado River, we definitely won’t get our stuff wet or have anything fall in.” Ah, think again. Sure it would be very difficult to flip a raft on Class II water, but you are floating in the middle of a river and should try to […]

The Best Camping Near Kremmling, Colorado

We’re ready for spring.  Though there’s a few more flurries on the forecast, we’re already compiling our camping list for Kremmling this year.  This beautiful central Colorado location is perfect for early spring activities as it is located at 7,200 feet, leaving you with sunny and warm days earlier in the season. Kremmling is not […]

The Rise of Van Life in the Rockies

Posted by on Feb 9, 2018 in Camping, Destinations, Travel

A new trend is quickly growing in America. There are many reasons more and more people are choosing to ditch their houses with a solid foundation for a home with four wheels.  Minimalist lifestyles are gaining popularity and a wide range of people are choosing to possess less material objects and gain life experience through […]

Best Local Outdoor Stores in Colorado

Posted by on Jan 18, 2018 in Camping, Gear, Gear Rentals, Rafting

Colorado is known for the copious amounts of outdoor adventure it has to offer. With endless activity comes a big market for outdoor gear and apparel.  We love to support local here, and we’ve watched some of these companies transform into some of the best in the business before our own eyes.  Check them out […]

Fall Camping in Colorado

Posted by on Aug 19, 2017 in Camping, Colorado River, Destinations, Fall, Fly Fishing

Where to go camping and what to think about before you head out for your weekend adventure.   It is now August in the High Country and that means the hottest part of the year is behind us and Autumn is right around the corner. “Mud season” in the mountains, while a bit chillier than […]

Camping in Rocky Mountain National Park

Posted by on Jul 6, 2017 in Camping, Destinations
Camping in Rocky Mountain National Park

Whether you are camping in luxury with your RV, taking a tent with the family, or going on a full blown minimalistic backpacking adventure, camping in Rocky Mountain National Park offers it all. Experience beautiful scenery consisting of pristine lakes, daunting peaks, and lush forests. Wildlife ranging from elk to black bear roam these parts, […]

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. […]