Jun 8 - 10, 2018
** Deposits must be made per person.
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Curator of human health and taste expert Dr. Nicole Garneau from the Denver Museum will lead you on a beer tasting journey as you explore remote areas. You’ll canoe a gentle, enchanting 33-mile stretch of the Yampa River, the last undammed tributary of the Colorado River system teeming with colorful vegetation, picturesque views, and wildlife.
Canoeing in 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!