Guiding You Back Into The Outdoors

Our response to COVID-19

What You Can Expect

This is a very difficult and uncertain time for all of us, but we know that we’ll come through this stronger, and with a greater appreciation for the things that truly matter.  Being with loved ones, enjoying time outside, and living our best lives one adventure at a time.

In an attempt to minimize the risks for our guests and staff we’ve decided to only run Private Guided Tours for the 2020 season.  This means that your group will have their own private raft and dedicated river guide, and you will not be combined with any other groups while on the water.

Along with this, all of our operating procedures have been updated to minimize the potential risk of exposure to COVID-19 while allowing you and your group to enjoy the freedom that only the Colorado Rockies can provide!

Private Guided Tours

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YOUR OWN GROUP

Your group will have their very own private raft(s), and you will not be paired with anyone else regardless of your reservation size.

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YOUR OWN GUIDE

You will be paired with your very own dedicated professional raft guide who will be with just your group from start to finish.

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SANITIZED GEAR

All gear and vehicles will undergo additional cleaning and sanitizing procedures after each and every use.

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DIGITAL CHECK-IN

With our online reservations and digital waivers we’re able to offer zero contact check-in and check-out procedures.

FAQs

Planning Your Trip

During Your Trip

After Your Trip

Additional Precautions

In addition to implementing Private Guided Tours we’re closely monitoring and following the guidelines suggested by the Centers for Disease Control & Prevention, the World Health Organization, and our state and local authorities.  Additional measures that are being taken include, but aren’t limited to:

  • Additional sanitation and disinfection protocols for all gear and vehicles after each and every use
  • Increased cleaning frequency of high contact points and high traffic areas
  • Additional hand washing and hand sanitizing stations throughout the property
  • Reduced capacity on vehicles to allow for proper distancing
  • Zero-Contact check in and check out procedures
  • Daily temperature checks and symptom screening for all staff members