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Rafting a Wild and Scenic River — How it Saves a Piece of Nature

Rafting a Wild and Scenic River — How it Saves a Piece of Nature     “We in this generation must come to terms with nature, and I think we’re challenged as mankind has never been challenged before to prove our maturity and our mastery, not of nature, but of ourselves.” – Rachel Carson, Silent […]

Taking A Multi-Day Rafting Trip When You’ve Never Camped Before

Taking a Multi-Day Rafting Trip when You’ve Never Camped Before   Every summer, I make sure to embark on some sort of adventure. I realize that when I say “embark” and “adventure”, it might imply that I’m trying to emulate a new-age, female Mark Twain making blood oaths in caves with fellow vagabonds, and roasting […]

Visiting Durango for the Western and Ancestral History Buff

Visiting Durango for the Western and Ancestral History Buff Durango and its surrounding areas offer a wealth of impressive artifacts and antiques. From 600 C.E to the 19th century, Durango kept its rich and rowdy history impressively intact. In a place this big and beautiful, you don’t have to be a connoisseur of archeology or […]

What to Expect for your Rafting Trip during Covid-19

What to Expect for your Rafting Trip during Covid-19 With the Coronavirus pandemic in the Southwestern United States changing the way we go about our lives, the 2020 rafting season will look a bit different. We want to take a moment to run through all our new changes, precautions, and procedures to help give you […]

8 Things to Do Within 3.5 Hours of Salt Lake City

8 Things to Do Within 3.5 Hours of Salt Lake City Discovering the Great Salt Lake in 1847 meant the end of an exhaustive flee from persecution for Latter-Day Saints, and a new ironic problem for the Northern Utes who had long already lived there. Both were nourished by the rare resources of this ancient […]

Albuquerque Road Trip Itinerary – Hidden Masterpieces

Albuquerque Road Trip Itinerary – Hidden Masterpieces Taking an Albuquerque road trip into Colorado and Northern New Mexico means exploring untouched terrain and original American culture. If you’ve never been to the Southwest, get ready for history, food and art that cultivates your soul, a level of weird that sharpens your curiosity, and landscapes that’ll […]

Guide to getting off the beaten path in Moab

Guide to Getting off the Beaten Path in Moab Getting off the beaten path in Moab can seem impossible. Moab has completely skyrocketed out of its little-known-secret status of a western getaway, but one can still find places that haven’t been completely exposed from a mass of Instagram pages. Whether you’re looking for a life-changing […]

Moab with Kids: Awesome Trails and Things to do in Moab with Children

Moab with Kids: Awesome Trails and Things to do in Moab with Children Moab with the kids? Heck yeah! Grown-ups aren’t the only ones who get to play all day in the red and rugged terrain. From museums catered to Jurassic interests, to getting in on the paddle action on the Colorado River, munchkins can […]

The Best Things to do in Durango with Young Children

The Best Things to do in Durango with Younger Kids   Planning a visit to Durango with young children? Durango is pretty much one big playground. From the San Juan Mountains to the Animas River, the whole family will look forward to what Durango’s landscape has to offer. Whether you’re an outdoorsy clan or just […]

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