A man drowned while floating down the Colorado River on Saturday.
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.
A year ago the popular activity of tubing on the Yampa River in the Steamboat Springs area wasn’t an option.
A body found in the Colorado River near Glenwood Springs is believed to be that of a missing 12-year-old boy.
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.
The Yampa River is finally expected to officially open for tubing this year.
Larimer County Sheriff Justin Smith has removed restrictions that barred the use of inner tubes, air mattresses and small rafts on the Poudre River.
Rafting is okay but tubing is being discouraged following a sewage leak in the Animas River.
There are new restrictions on Clear Creek after a man died body surfing in Golden over the weekend.
Despite rushing water, people were out enjoying Clear Creek on Sunday.