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Rafting Season Forecast for 2024

Mild to Wild’s Rafting Season Forecast for 2024 You better air out those Chacos and shake the dry bags out of that crusty hibernation hole, because it’s time for the Rafting Season Forecast of 2024!  In snowy sum, this year’s swell through the Colorado Plateau looks like it’s going to ripple and flow right down […]

Each Rafting Section of the Colorado River Explained

Each Rafting Section of the Colorado River Explained “If you really love something, you want to see all of it, not just the most beautiful parts of it.” – Mike and Jenny Fiebig, River Advocates who spent five months paddling the entirety of the Colorado River Like any river, the Colorado begins with a small […]

How to Shop to the Best Holiday Deals on Whitewater Adventures for 2023

How to Shop the Best Holiday Deals on Whitewater Adventures Click here if you’d like to skip to a section: Top Selling Trips How to Save the Most Gift Certificates How to Pick the Right Multi-Day Trip Are you ready for an impromptu inundation of Black Friday river puns, in anticipation of the best holiday […]

The Best Things to do in Moab this Fall for 2023

The Best Things to do in Moab this Fall for 2023 Fall is the best time to be in Moab, Utah. Locals change up their afternoon siesta and DIY ice-fan routine for more adventurous shenanigans. The air and water beckon with seventy to eighty degree temperatures. Rainfall averaging sixty-seven inches adds earthy-smells. Lightning strikes through […]

What to Wear Whitewater Rafting in Fall

What to Wear Whitewater Rafting in Fall The title of this post, “What to Wear Whitewater Rafting in Fall,” presents a catch-22 scenario. Whenever we think of autumn, we associate it with cooler weather and changing leaves. Early Fall in some Southwest rivers, however, offers pleasant desert conditions and friendlier whitewater. Specifically, near Moab, Utah, […]

A Desolation Canyon Photo Story

A Desolation Canyon Photo Story Desolation Canyon falls into the far reaches of Utah’s most remote wilderness study area. The rare refuge gives much-needed space for migrating bison, free roaming mustangs, Big horned sheep, black bears, and many other desert fauna to go about their business uninterrupted. In that, the name of this growing canyon […]

10 Things You Didn’t Know About the Yampa River

10 Things You Didn’t Know About the Yampa River If if there’s one thing that people know about the Yampa River, it’s usually that it holds the mighty title as the last free-flowing tributary in the Colorado River system. For a little context on this wild waterway— The Yampa River starts in the mountains above […]

10 Things You Didn’t Know About the Dolores River

10 Things You Didn’t Know About the Dolores River The Dolores River is one of the most coveted rafting trips in the United States. Below the Mcphee Dam, the looming canyon is often quiet, robbed from the rip-roar that once reverberated between its red walls. But every few years, the imposing corridor returns to its riparian […]

Long Awaited Rafting Trips Return to the Dolores River

Long Awaited Rafting Trips Return to the Dolores River If one were to pass by the boatyard of Mild to Wild Rafting and Jeep Tours as of late, they would likely find a gaggle of jubilant and crazed raft guides talking about their most recent run through Ponderosa Gorge. As many devout river runners have […]

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