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Don’t Miss Out on the Excursion of a Lifetime – A Colorado Rafting Trip This fall

With summer in the rear-view mirror, many are contemplating their plans for fall and winter. Most will involve the indoors, but don’t give up on the opportunity of a lifetime—to kayak or raft in Colorado this fall. We know that fall in Colorado can cool down quickly, so it’s a good idea to wear a…

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October 5, 2022

Finding the Perfect Water Sport Rental Boats in Colorado

Are you looking for vacation ideas this summer? Whether a plan with your friends or something you want to do with your family, watersport boat rentals will be a perfect option. It is one of the activities that both children and adults enjoy. If you are new to boat rentals, there are a few things…

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October 5, 2022

Fun Water Sports to Try Out with Your Family in Colorado This Summer

If you’re looking for a way to stay cool and entertained in the summer, Colorado is the right place to be at. There is no shortage of fun-filled summer water sports you and your family can enjoy in Colorado. There are two types of water sports—in and underwater and above-water sports. Let’s discuss some of…

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July 28, 2022

Are Hot Springs on Your Bucket List? Come River Rafting With Us!

Hot springs and river rafting are like yin and yang. After a long day of rafting along the Arkansas River, a late afternoon in the natural hot springs of the Rocky Mountains is the relaxation necessary for a day of adventure and excitement.   As we soak in nature’s tub, the water contains natural minerals…

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June 22, 2022

Native Trees And Plants You Will See Everywhere Along Colorado Rivers

By Brenda Stuart Source You have to do more than stop and smell the roses when you’re in Colorado. You’ll miss a lot if you don’t look up and see the trees. An exhilarating ride along the state’s whitewater streams is a thrill, but the eye-popping scenery is an integral part of the total experience….

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May 24, 2022

Why You Need to Book a River Rafting Adventure This Spring

Imagine being amidst the beautiful Rocky Mountain scenery and rafting down some intense and extreme rapids or just floating along some easier sections of whitewater.  The sights and sounds of river rafting are thrilling. Few aspects make springtime river rafting more amazing than during any other time of the year. For adventure lovers, spring is…

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May 23, 2022

Exciting Things to Do in Colorado This Summer

Colorful Colorado offers plenty of opportunities for exciting summer fun. Regardless of whether you want to spend your summer adventuring or just taking in the gorgeous scenery, there is something for everyone in this diverse state. If you are trying to find ways to create incredible memories with your family, then you must consider water…

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April 18, 2022

The Power & the Glory Crystal Rapid 1983

The Power and Glory – A Piece of History! The Power and the Glory poster shows Crystal Rapid in the Grand Canyon flowing at 90,000 CFS in July 1983. This section of the Colorado River had not seen flows like this since the completion of Glen Canyon Dam in 1963. With Climate Change and…

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March 11, 2022

There was a boy in the tropics……

There was a boy who lived near the jungle and a river – It changed my life! by Rey Vargas – Native of Costa Rica Let me tell you my story…. as a boy in Costa Rica.  I lived in a small town near the now ‘capital of river rafting in Costa Rica.  My town…

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January 28, 2022

Fly Fishing Tips to Improve Your Mental and Physical Health

Did you know that fly fishing can actually enhance your health? From strengthening your body to managing your emotions, there is so much that this relaxing hobby can do. If you want to learn more — including a few more tips for beginners — Dvorak Raft & Fishing Expeditions invites you to read on! Teach…

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October 12, 2021

The Second-Best Month? By, Jack Bombardier

  The Second-Best Month? By, Jack Bombardier When I was a kid, my favorite month of the year was June, mainly because it is when school let out.  (This was way back in the Before Times when “school” was an activity held in an actual building you had to walk to, and not on a…

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April 29, 2021

The Two Weeks that Changed My Life.

When we pulled ashore on my first day of raft guide training on the North Platte, I was assigned the task of helping set up for lunch. There were Oreo cookies for dessert, the kind that come in a container with an easy-open, resealable flap on top. The packaging explained, in writing just slightly smaller…

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January 6, 2021