Jun 6 - 8, 2014
** Deposits must be made per person.
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Join Denver Museum wildlife expert Ron Beane. Ron is a Zoology Department Associate and naturalist. You'll venture down the Yampa River, a haven for birds and a large variety of animals. Ron will share his knowledge and make the learning experience fun for all.
The Yampa River is the perfect place to introduce yourself to canoeing, camping and the great outdoors. Plus, the fine art of roasting marshmallows over the campfire. This river is easy to paddle and ideal for beginners. The Yampa is also known for wildlife viewing so bring your camera.
Canoe Colorado on the Yampa River, the last undammed tributary of the Colorado River system. This enchanted river in northwestern Colorado gently meanders through a remote area teeming with wildlife, colorful vegetation and an Indian pictograph. Relaxation is the keyword while camping along the lush open meadows and high-walled canyons through this 34-mile river stretch near Craig, CO. Plus, you have a good chance of seeing wildlife: deer, antelope, hawks and both bald and golden eagles. This is the most gentle of the rivers we paddle…canoeing in Colorado has never been better!