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describes thirty-four trips in a remarkable variety of settings—from
downtown Denver to the remote canyons of the Dolores River.
Colorado may be a skier’s paradise, but once the snow melts, it makes an abrupt
transition into an exciting home for paddlers. Countless lakes and
reservoirs offer flatwater paddling with mountain views in every
direction. And there are stretches of river perfect for everyone:
learning-appropriate sections for beginners, quality areas sure to
thrill intermediates, and, yes, some of the most challenging whitewater
anywhere on earth. Paddling Colorado
trips in a remarkable variety of settings—from downtown Denver to the
remote canyons of the Dolores River. Offering whatever style of
paddling you most enjoy, this guide shows the way to the best paddling
opportunities in the state.
- Detailed river descriptions
- Maps showing access points and river miles
- Level of difficulty, optimal flows, rapids, and other hazards
- Who to call for up-to-the-minute information on floating conditions
- Paperback: 176 page
- Publisher: Falcon; First edition (May 19, 2009)