Here at The Adventure Company, we care greatly about your health and safety both on and off the river. This includes the vast experience of our guides, our excellent equipment, and even our COVID 19 precautions. So, we have taken many measures to ensure both you and our staff remain safe during the ongoing […]
HUGE THANKS TO ALL OF OUR PREVIOUS CUSTOMERS! BECAUSE OF YOU, THE ADVENTURE COMPANY HAS BEEN ADMITTED TO TRIPADVISORS HALL OF FAME! We are thrilled to be a part of this group of businesses recognized for their exemplary customer service and experiences – and we could not have done it without the support and appreciation […]
Colorado’s wild fluctuations in snowfall and weather drastically impact the eventual snowmelt and runoff. Therefore, an accurate prediction is often difficult, until now. The total snow depth and its Snow Water Equivalent (SWE) are outstanding and well above average. Rivers across the state currently tend to be anywhere from 20% to 50% above average. Located […]
We have seen an amazing amount of snow this winter! Its impact is going to be recognizable for the entire rafting season. Expect big splashes, fast water and incredible memories through to September, but we are watching April very carefully. Most people are surprised at how important the month of April is to Colorado whitewater […]
In Colorado, there is nothing very consistent about our rivers’ water levels. So, those interested in whitewater rafting have to adjust to a wide range of flows. Rafting may feel different at a trickle compared to a flood, but this adds to the challenge and excitement. Since Colorado’s Rocky Mountains sit at such a high […]
Each winter, Colorado whitewater rafters follow the snow depth data transmitted by sensitive gauges strategically placed at key locations high up in the Rocky Mountains. With each snowfall, rafting enthusiasts like to compare the current snow depth, and the moisture contained within it known as “Snow Water Equivalent” (SWE), against previous seasons. This helps us […]
Since 2013 the water flowing through beautiful Browns Canyon National Monument has been listed by the The Colorado Parks and Wildlife Commission as Gold Medal Trout Waters. It took more than twenty years to reach that status and in that time the Arkansas River has undergone a big transformation. Metal pollution from nearby mining areas impacted the […]
Moved out here after college to find some good snowboarding and found it hard to leave such an amazing area.
There are so many wonderful summer activities to take advantage of around Breckenridge in the month of August. From river rafting to hiking and biking, there are great activities for both kids and adults, so you can include the whole family. We want to share our top 5 with you before summer is over!
Marketing assistant & video content creator Cole shares his journey and how he found his way to The Adventure Company!
. Did you know that Colorado was the first state in the nation to establish its own Public Lands Day? Colorado’s Public Lands Day is a holiday dedicated to people getting outside and enjoying the numerous, unique, and beautiful public lands our state has to offer, while keeping in mind the need for their protection and […]
Special: Book now and save 20% on Browns Canyon National Monument and The Numbers Rafting Trips! . Our favorite time of the year is when Colorado’s snow pack begins to melt and the rivers start to rise. It’s Spring in the Rocky Mountains and we like to call it: The Adventure Company’s Wild Adventure Days!
. Sitting around a warm campfire sipping on a beverage laughing and storytelling with friends. Falling asleep to the soothing sound of the river. Waking up to sunshine, fresh coffee and a hot and hearty breakfast before pushing off for a fun day of whitewater and amazing scenery. This is just a taste of what […]
Come join TAC at the Float Parade at Ullr Fest! .
. When traveling through Colorado you cannot avoid hearing about the beauty of the Continental Divide. Continental Divide points of interests are great spots to stop and take pictures while soaking in the scenery on a Rocky Mountain road trip. When checking with locals and visitors, we discovered a lot of confusion regarding what the […]