A Guide to Outdoor River Brands that Give Back

Posted by on Jun 6, 2019 in Uncategorized

When choosing which brand you buy from for your next river adventure many factors may come into play. You may look for quality, a good price, or even style. Another factor to consider is the company’s impact on the environment and society as a whole. Without clean rivers, rafting trips are far less enjoyable. Less […]

Try Standup Paddle Boarding on the Colorado River this Summer

Try Standup Paddle Boarding on the Colorado River this Summer

Written By Alison Stevens Want to try something new this summer? Something that will get you outside, build strength, and let you work on your tan? If you are an adventurous person, then standup paddle boarding is for you! Standup paddle boarding (SUP) is a relatively new water sport. All you need is a paddle […]

8 Rules Straight from a Colorado Rafting Guide for your Next River Trip

Posted by on Mar 29, 2019 in Uncategorized

Written by Sarah Spalla After 20 years of guiding trips down multiple rivers in Colorado I’ve had my share of successful adventures…and some not so much.  If your vacation plans include some time on the river, and it should, take a look at some tips straight from a river guide to have a great trip! […]

Rafting Adventures Near Rocky Mountain National Park

Rafting Adventures Near Rocky Mountain National Park

Have you caught the Colorado bug for the outdoors, adventure, and are looking to explore rocky mountain national park? Look no further than an adventure down some of Colorado’s wild rivers. Poudre River If you are staying near Rocky Mountain National park you have two options for rivers in the area. If you are accessing […]

5 Great 2019 Spring Rafting Trips In Colorado

5 Great 2019 Spring Rafting Trips In Colorado

Beginning in early May, the spring rafting season in Colorado offers a number of great rafting trips for adventure-seekers of all skill levels, from beginner rafters looking to experience their first Colorado rafting adventure to seasoned whitewater experts. Expect a great Whitewater Rafting Season With heavier-than-expected snowfall in the Rockies so far this winter, the […]

Here’s Where You Can Stand Up Paddle Board near Summit County

Here’s Where You Can Stand Up Paddle Board near Summit County

Here’s what’s up with SUP’s in Summit County. SUP boarding has quickly become a popular sport in recent years. This adrenaline rushing activity will have you dropping into exciting white water and has caught the interest of all types of people. This active lifestyle has been enjoyed by surfers, rafters, and even yoga enthusiasts. This […]

What NOT to Bring on a Raft Trip

What NOT to Bring on a Raft Trip

So you’ve made the decision to take on Colorado’s whitewater this year (great choice, by the way), but maybe it’s your first time on the river and you don’t really know what to expect.  If you found yourself on this blog post, you may have seen some of our previous snippets on tips for rafting […]

History of Steamboat Springs, Colorado

Steamboat Springs; the land of champagne powder, a picture-perfect Western Colorado lifestyle, and trademarked as Ski Town USA.  Located on the other side of the Continental Divide as the Denver area, this mountain getaway is under 7,000 feet in elevation and yields beautiful, warm summers and fluffy snow-packed winters. The Early Years Back in the […]

2018 Guide to Colorado’s National Parks

Posted by on Apr 6, 2018 in Uncategorized

Written by Alex Ferguson Colorado’s hiking trails weave in, out and around some of the most diverse and unspoiled landscape in the country. With natural highlights, historical sights and spectacular geological features along Colorado’s trails, it’s easy to see why hiking is one of the most popular outdoor activities in the state. Mesa Verde National […]

Best Train Rides in the Colorado Rockies

Posted by on Feb 28, 2018 in Uncategorized

Looking for a great family getaway into the mountains?  Train rides are the best way to catch some incredible views without having to drive yourself up a dicey dirty road, and they’re perfect for the kids where a hike won’t suffice.  Here are some great train rides to take your crew on this year in […]