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How to Get the Most out of a Durango Train Ride

Mild to Wild’s Trails and Rails package offers a perfect one-way train experience combined with an adventurous Jeep tour! Here’s how: Scenic Shuttle Ride: Start your day with a shuttle ride over the famous San Juan Skyway. Enjoy winding through 14,000-foot peaks and a stop at Molas Pass before arriving in the charming Victorian town […]

Animas River Rafting: Quick Facts & Insights

Animas River Origins Learn about the Animas River is a staple of Durango, and its name ‘Río de Las Ánimas’ translates to ‘the River of Souls.’ This name was coined by Spanish colonizer Juan María Antonio Rivera during his 1765 expedition of Southwest Colorado. The Animas Canyon originated from a glacier, which, at the time, […]

Castle Valley Kayaking | Moab, Utah

Castle Valley kayaking is a great way to experience Moab Utah’s scenic red rocks while breaking a sweat. Whether it’s your first time or you’re a pro, every trip has an instructional guide that will help you get down stream and show you some paddling techniques and tips to help level up your adventure. Kayaking […]

Salt River Rafting: Quick Facts and Insights

Learn about one of the most unique trips we have to offer, the Salt River in Arizona! Rafting the Salt River is a desert treat. This beautiful canyon is home to the Apache Tribe making it a very sacred place. This region is located in the Tonto National Forest and the Fort Apache Reservation. It […]

Castle Valley Multi-Day Rafting Trip

A Castle Valley multi-day rafting trip is the perfect mild get-away (especially for families and groups). This trip provides a true escape with time to absorb the beauty of the canyon and the fun of the river. Guides share their knowledge of the Colorado River, entertain around the campfire, and serve unbelievable meals. You have […]

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 […]

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