Yes we are in a pandemic and COVID-19 will be around for a while. and work with a number of activity providers ( outfitters) and they have put in place all the necessary safety measures to ensure you a safe and enjoyable experience. These activities include whitewater rafting from relaxing class one float trips to exciting class five rapids for the experienced. Horseback riding in the backcountry of Colorado allows for social distancing and scenic views that is a photographers dream Take out and atv, jeep or a razor and explore the mountains of Colorado. Ziplining is an experience that should not be missed. Want solitude go fishing or fly fish with experienced guides. There are also unique adventures like rock climbing or paragliding. Play a round of golf or sit back and enjoy a Wild West show. Websites like and will provide you with the best and most professional outfitters in Colorado.

The summer is halfway complete and it is also not to soon to research winter activities like snowmobiling, dog sledding, ice climbing etc. Stay positive, be safe and enjoy the mountains of Colorado.

Planning a vacation in Colorado this winter? The Colorado Rockies offer many options of where to stay, including areas such as Breckenridge , Copper Mountain, Keystone, Vail. Winter Park, Aspen, Steamboat, Crested Butte, Telluride, Durango, all great ski resorts, Then there are Colorado mountain towns like Frisco, Dillon, Silverthorne, Estes Park, Buena Vista ,Grand Lake, Glenwood Springs, etc.

Posted July 16, 2019 by by Ryan McSparran

The whitewater rafting season has been outstanding here in the Vail valley and across Colorado, and we’d like to introduce you to another one of our favorite rivers.

In case you missed our previous featured river, go back and check out our profile on the Eagle River, which offers some of Colorado’s best seasonal rafting from Vail, down through Avon and Beaver Creek.

Colorado whitewater rafting is an exciting family activity or a great adventure for teambuilding, a group reunion or for the experienced rafter.

Whitewater rafting is broken down to five different classes: Class 1 and class 2 rapids range from a mild float trip to mellow whitewater, great for families and normally children as young as age 6. Class 3 whitewater is fine for the inexperienced but expect midsize rapids and getting wet. Class 4 and class 5 whitewater are big rapids, technical and are for the experienced.

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