When preparing for your 2016 summer vacation out to Colorado, there seems to be an endless number of activities to partake in and sites to see. Some of the most popular places to visit here in Colorado are the Rocky Mountain National Park, Great Sand Dunes National Park and Preserve, and Dinosaur National Monument. The locations match perfectly with some of Colorado’s premier outdoor activities that include hiking, camping, rafting, ziplining and mountain biking. For all the water lovers out there, whitewater rafting is one of the activities you will not want to miss out on. Here is a quick rundown on how to prepare for the 2016 rafting season starting on April the 30th.
When preparing your ultimate rafting adventure you will want to plan in advance. Most rivers in the state of Colorado have several different sections of raftable river with many of the sections at different ratings. When deciding which difficulty is right for you and your group you will want ask a professional, as there are several different factors that affect the trip you will want to join. When discussing these options you will also want to find out when the best time to book your trip, as most river trips will fill up far in advance especially during the peak water season. You will also want to make sure you are both physically and mentally prepared for the trip itself. Be ready to paddle fairly consistently for up to six hours and intently listen to ever command your guide hollers over to you.
Regardless if you make it out on the water this season or next season you will not want to miss out on an experience that will stick with you for a lifetime. To speak to a rafting professional about trips and rates feel free to call (800) 370-0581.