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Raft The Yampa River

The Yampa River Canyon is one of the rarest wildernesses left to explore in the United States. It is the only tributary left in the Colorado River Basin to flow freely without a dam. This means the Yampa has been left to its natural devices since its formation over 30 million years ago. Throughout the […]

How To Dress For Desert Rafting Trips – Protect Yourself From The Elements

How to dress for desert rafting trips? It’s a question we hear all the time from our guests new to desert rafting. In this video, we explain what essential items you should plan on bringing for any desert rafting trip (plus a few extra guide-recommended pieces). Whether you’re on a multi-day or single day rafting […]

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The Adventure Bound Legacy

Founded in 1963 on the Yampa and Green Rivers deep in Dinosaur National Monument, Adventure Bound Rafting Expeditions boasts a sparkling legacy. You’ll hear plenty of exciting Adventure Bound memories from former guide Larry Hoover, former owner Tom Kleinschnitz, and current owners Alex and Molly Mickel as they walk you through the History of Adventure […]

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Yampa River Rafting Trip in Dinosaur National Monument

Not only is the Yampa River the most highly sought-out southwest whitewater rafting trip, it also is the last of the wild ones! Experience Colorado’s only free-flowing river in the entire Colorado River system and paddle through Dinosaur National Monument, home of dinosaur fossils over 149 million years old. Learn more about the history and […]

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Guides Talk About Their Favorite Trips

Are you planning a rafting excursion for your family, but aren’t sure which adventure you should choose? With multiple adventure possibilities in Colorado and Utah, it can be a difficult choice to make. Well, who better to ask for advice than some Mild to Wild River Guides themselves! Nobody has more knowledge or experience on […]

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