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What to Expect for your Rafting Trip during Covid-19

What to Expect for your Rafting Trip during Covid-19 Below is an idea of what you can expect. With restrictions and best practices changing daily, we will always follow the guidelines put in place by the local health department at the time of your trip. These guidelines can and likely will change as restrictions change […]

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 […]

Rafting Season Forecast for 2020

Rafting Season Forecast for 2020 It’s about that time! Rafting season 2020 is nearly underway, and there’s plenty of snow for the melting. While we can’t always predict what Mother Nature is up to in spring, or any time really, we’ve got a good idea of what’s to come from upstream. Check out the rafting […]

So You’ve Rafted The Lower Animas. Now What?

So You’ve Rafted The Lower Animas. Now What? So, you’ve conquered the riveting ripples of one of Durango’s most fun outdoor activities – You’ve rafted the Lower Animas River. You’re probably thinking, “that was the best thing I’ve ever done in my life, but where else can I possibly take a Colorado rafting trip for […]

What To Expect When Checking in For Your Durango Rafting Trip

What To Expect When Checking in For Your Durango Rafting Trip   Are you going out for a Durango rafting adventure for the first time and wondering what happens once you get to the Mild to Wild Rafting & Jeep Tours office? Our guides and office staff are here to give you an awesome rafting […]

The Origins of Rafting The Notorious Upper Animas River

The Origins of Rafting The Notorious Upper Animas River Rafting beginnings on the Upper Animas A kayaker is bundled in wool beneath a suit of PVC, accompanied by fiberglass to ride a natural thundering highway. This was a time before self-bailing rafts. The audacious decided risk and reward were interchangeable in the sacred pursuit of […]

A Variety of Ways to Get Down the River

A Variety of Ways to Get Down the River Spending time on the river in the sun is one of the best summer activities. If you are wondering how you want to travel down the river, we have options for you! Changing up how you get down the river can add to the fun and […]

Getting a Lay of the Land: Distances to All Our Major Trips

Getting a Lay of the Land: Distances to All Our Major Trips With so many adventure trips with locations all over the southwest, it can get a bit tricky visualizing their proximities. Read on to get a better idea of how close our trips are to one another!   Salt River The Salt River is […]

What is CFS and What Does It Mean for My Raft Trip?

What is CFS? Have you heard raft guides and river folks throw around the term ‘CFS’ but aren’t sure what that means? So what is CFS. CFS stands for cubic feet per second which is a unit of measurement referring to the volume and speed of water flow. So basically, if a river has a […]

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