Recommend early booking to guarantee a trip. 

Whitewater rafting Update:
1. Upper Colorado River: The upper Colorado River is at 900 CFS and we should be rafting through October. This is a great family trip.

2. Clear Creek River is winding down as the flow rate is around 100 CFS.

We still have a bunch of backpacking dates available for August and September. For those wanting to experience some of the best of Colorado, below are the dates we still have available for trips.
-Sandbeach Lake – Aug 12th – 15th, Wild Basin to East Inlet – August 18th – August 24th, Wild Basin – August 18th – 21st, East Inlet- Aug 21st – 25th, Wild Basin to East Inlet – August 25th – 29th, East Inlet – August 29th – September 2nd,  Wild Basin to East Inlet – September 1st to 5th, East Inlet- September 5th – 8th, Wild Basin September 15th- 17th

Rock climbing: 
1. Rocky mountain national park is snow-free so alpine climbing is in great shape. We have been doing many Alpine rock routes such as a petit Grepon and the diamond on longs peak.

2. Eldorado Canyon state park and Boulder have been hot. We recommend climbing early in the day or going up higher in altitudes such as Boulder Canyon close to Nederland, Estes park, or Rocky Mount National Park.

Mountain biking:
Again with the current weather being hot around Boulder, we recommend mountain biking around Nederland at Magnolia trails or close to Idaho Springs and Georgetown. Riding trails have been in great shape.

Fly fishing:
Temperatures on the upper Colorado and eagle rivers have been warm. We have been doing morning trips for this reason. As more water is released into the upper Colorado river basin temperatures should drop.

Around Boulder and Denver: Boulder Creek and South Boulder Creek have been fishing very well with dry flies.

Hiking peaks such as Grays and Torreys and Longs have been in great shape. All of our hikes are private and custom so we could base a hike with what’s ever best for you and your group when you’re booking.

Skill development:

We’ve been working with lots of individuals and groups to increase risk management skill sets in the outdoors. Some include:
1. Managing third, fourth, and easy fifth class terrain to climb peaks.
2. Rock climbing anchor systems and learning to lead.
3. Learning to read whitewater rivers and rowing mentorship for oar boats.
4. Wilderness survival training.
5. Fly fishing entomology and subsurface fishing techniques.
6. Mountaineering skilled development for the US Army and department of defense.
7. Leadership development lessons in nature and outdoors.
8. Mount Everest, Mount Kilimanjaro, and Mount Whitney training programs.

Colorado Team Building Events:
We have been working with a lot of groups for teambuilding and experiential leadership development. Please check out our website at Colorado wilderness corporate and teams.
In terms of Denver and Boulder team building, some of our favorites are :
1. Eldorado Canyon amazing race challenge
2. Interactive scavenger hunt
3. Experience the journey
4. GPS orienteering quest
5. Game zone at Boulder reservoir
6. Colorado Corporate Olympics
Some of the groups that we’ve been working with include Google, the University of Colorado, Amazon, and more.

Land manager updates:
1. Rocky Mountain National Park timed entry: Trips with us, include timed entry. Our guests do not need to get additional timed entry as that is part of our permit in concessionaire with the Park Service.
2. We still have overnight trips in Rocky Mountain National Park which include campground camping and day trips.
3. Eldorado Canyon State Park: timed entry begins on weekends. If you are climbing with us on a weekend then we are able to get you in under our timed entry as an outfitter.
4. Roosevelt and Arapahoe national Forest: -The fire ban is in effect and will likely continue till the end of the year. The higher peaks are in great shape for hiking and rock climbing.
5. Lori State Park: This has been in great shape for mountain biking, rock climbing, and hiking.

Fall and Winter:
1. Our AIARE avalanche schedule courses are posted for the 2022-2023 winter. Book early!
2. We still have dates for rafting on Ruby horsethief for August, September, and October.

Please contact our office at 720-242-9828 for up-to-date conditions, trips, and availability.

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