Social issues and the weather found center stage in the first half of 2014 in Colorado, with legal pot and not-so-legal gay marriage claiming the headlines.
It’s been a deadly couple of weeks on both Clear Creek and the Cache La Poudre River, and until Saturday there hadn’t been a death on a commercial rafting trip in Colorado since 2011.
Three deaths in two weeks and Colorado rivers rushing at record levels have put a premium on safety for kayaking and rafting enthusiasts this spring.
As the snowpack in the mountains begins to melt Colorado rafting companies report a good season so far.
Water isn’t the only thing flowing in Colorado right now — all the melting means more cash flow for one Colorado industry.
From retired ocean liners and rock-themed submarines, to tricked-out houseboats and huts tied to inner tubes, here are seven of the world’s coolest.
Summer is upon us and Denver locals are fortunate to have some of the top rafting venues in the state within only a couple hours’ drive.
Whether seeking whitewater adventure or taking in some of the most breathtaking views in the state from the river, Colorado has several whitewater rafting companies.
After a dismal season last year with low water flows, rafting companies are riding on the rushing rapids forecasted this spring and summer.
It’s a well known summertime tradition, but starting Wednesday — the first day of summer — the Yampa River through Steamboat Springs is closed to tubing and rafting.