Jul 7 - 9, 2018
** Deposits must be made per person.
Alright Alright! will be your evening entertainment. Blending piano-based folk Americana with a sprinkle of rock, a dash of cabaret and a whole lot of charisma, the Denver, CO, band has built up a wicked show. Since 2007, after many twists and turns, and life surprises (babies!!) the band has evolved into a dynamic, eclectic group of songwriters and multi-instrumentalists with a heavy dose of harmony, and a filter of whatever instruments are on hand. Enjoy a private concert around the campfire. What could be better?!
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This spectacular canyon country of the Colorado Plateau, including Ruby and Horsethief Canyons, features majestic walls of red sandstone and offers some of the best canoeing in Colorado. The river is gentle with occasional small Class I+ rapids to add spice to the journey (Class I is easy and Class V is difficult). Roads do not bound this portion of the river and the steep-walled canyons are accessible only from the river, giving the area a true wilderness setting.
You’ll be amazed at stands of shiny granite sculpted by water through the ages while paddling or floating in your life jacket past the remnants of ancient metamorphic rock, called Black Rock. Camping along the river’s banks and exploring a deep box canyon will leave you awed by the immensity of geologic time and the silence of the wilderness. This is BIG COUNTRY and a geologist’s paradise. Many of our educational classes focus on this area. This stretch of river near Grand Junction, CO, is ideal for canoeing. The Colorado River canoe trip is 26 miles.