Month: June 2014

Top Five River Rafting Safety Tips

  #1 Wear a PFD Wear a Type 5, Coast Guard Approved Personal Floatation device (PFD). A PFD is better known as a life jacket or life preserver. Although it does not guarantee saving a life, it definitely can be a lifesaver. Type 5 assures it will flip you face up in the water if […]

The Telluride Summer Checklist

  Looking for things to do in Telluride this summer? Telluride is a must-ski, big mountain winter destination. But have you been hiking, fly-fishing or rafting in Telluride on a sun-soaked summer afternoon? Tucked away in a beautiful mountain valley, Telluride is the prime summer destination, whether you’re taking a day trip from Durango or […]

White Water Rafting Safety

  White water rafting safety is our number one priority here at Mild to Wild! Whether you’re running a leisurely Class I-III float trip through Durango on the Lower Animas or a vigorous Class IV and V adventure down the famous Upper Animas, whitewater safety is of the utmost important for every single guest on […]

Tips for Keeping Kids Healthy and Active While Traveling

  Long drives during summer road trips can take a lot out of the kids and consequently, you. Living in Southwest Colorado, it takes awhile to get from one place to another, with at least an hour’s drive between most cities. Over the years, we’ve developed some tips and tricks for keeping the kids active […]

What to Pack for a Durango Colorado Summer Adventure

Headed to Durango this summer and wondering what to pack for your trip? Southwest Colorado’s environment is extremely diverse. A versatile packing list is ideal for getting the most out of your vacation in Durango. Here’s our tips for what to pack when visiting our section of Colorado.   Outdoors Toys: Durango is a mecca […]

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