Rafting Allows You to Leave the Campground. Are You Ready?

Rafting and rowing allow people to break out of traditional outdoor activities. You no longer have to rely on hiking or biking trails. Formal camping sites become a luxury rather than a necessity, and parking availability at popular parks is nearly obsolete. Rafting and rowing are, arguably, the best ways to explore nature without human…


Rafting with Kids—It’s Not as Scary as You’d Think

As summer comes to an end, you’re likely trying to squeeze in a few more moments of “family time” before the kids go back to school. You’re likely considering a few outdoor activities to fill the last few days—hiking, swimming, camping. However, rafting is undoubtedly one of the most exhilarating and exciting activities that Colorado…


A Quick Guide to Rafting and Rowing Terminology

Whether you’re new to the sport of spend most of your rowing time alone, you’re likely in need of a terminology refresher. Below, we have defined some of the most important terms in rafting and rowing. Use these to tell your friends about a great day on the water or to communicate with other rafters…


Avoid Sunburn While on the Water

Nothing ruins a good day on the water like a bad sunburn. Whether you prefer whitewater or the tranquility of a placid lake, rowers and rafters are consistently outside and under the sun’s beating rays. Reflection from the water can make sunburns more intense, and the lack of shade and tree cover can make for…