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Best Summer Ever! Raft Browns Canyon

Summer is nearly upon us, and it’s time to start thinking about getting the family outside on an adventure or two. I can tell you one place your not going to want to miss this year. Whether you have been rafting before or going for the first time, Browns Canyon National Monument is a favorite […]

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Watch this incredible kayak world record: 189-ft waterfall!

We love water at KODI rafting, which is why we’ve made it our life’s work to facilitate incredible outdoor water experiences. So, when we see something like Tyler Bradt’s world-record-setting 189-foot waterfall kayak drop, we feel compelled to share. This is incredible! Watch the record here: Featured image © Sam Drevo  

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Off-season Adrenaline: Cliff Jumping from 193 feet

Off-season has us dreaming of the rush of whitewater, and speaking of getting a thrill from water we recently saw this other way to experience water… cliff jumping 193 feet and reaching 76 MPH at impact! Check it out for yourself…  

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New Year Bucket List Rafting Trips in Colorado

The new year is here, and in 2017 we’re excited about rafting some of the best rivers in the west. If you’ve never gone rafting in Colorado, or even if you have gone rafting in Colorado, here are three rivers to add to your list in 2017.  

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From Class I to Class VI: What Do River Classes Mean?

Understanding rapid classifications is a fundamental part of rafting. It’s a simple system, but it’s hard to get a true feel for the differences in river rapid classifications until you’ve seen them firsthand. Or, better yet, until you’ve rafted them first hand. River rapid classifications are the standardized across the country so a Class III […]

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One of the best rivers for rafting in Colorado: Clear Creek

Colorado has some of the best rafting in the continental US. One of our favorites? Clear Creek. Rafting Clear Creek is nonstop fun, as it has more rapids per mile than almost any other river in the state. There are a lot of reasons to love Clear Creek. White water rafting enthusiasts will smile when […]

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Creature Craft Class VI Rafting [Video]

You read the title right… these are Class VI rapids.  

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Fall has arrived, see you in the spring

Those back to school ads are coming in full force. It is time now for the last hurrah. Why not mosey on over to Browns National Monument where the scenery never fails to surprise. We have mentioned the award winning fishing, horseback riding and daring to dangle in one of the many family fun aerial […]

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Treasure and Pirates, Ahoy

You know we are always in search of the next extreme adventure and this week we’ve got a few doozies. We found some folks who are taking the idea of the rope swing to a whole new level… Did you ever rope swing as a kid? Did you ever pretend you were a pirate? Well, […]

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Slip n Slide

The Wham-O Company introduced Slip ‘N Slide in 1961! The basic Slip N Slide concept has remained the same; rig a water hose up to a lengthy, thick sheet of plastic, wet the sheet and there you have it! One very long and wet slide! These days inflatable deluxe slides are a safer option than […]

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Raft Brown’s Canyon – Watch this!

The area is unique beacon to white water rafters and anglers. Think of the memories a float down the river surrounded by granite walls as tall as skyscrapers that change hues as the light of day forges into night! Browns Canyon includes 11,836 acres of the San Isabel National Forest and 9,750 acres of Bureau […]

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