Whitewater Blog Tag: class V
This Sunday we headed to the Upper Animas for a training and scouting mission. We did the Upper Animas Marathon trip from Silverton to Tacaoma (24 miles of whitewater in one day!). The river was running about 700cfs below Silverton and about 1900cfs at Tall Timber. The day was filled with sunshine, whitewater and amazing waterfalls visible from the river.
The San Juan snowpack will deliver a long Upper Animas season this year. We can’t wait to get you and your group up there for your next adventure.More Gallery Images
Happy New Year from Durango and the team at 4 Corners Whitewater. Winter is in full swing here in the San Juans and the snow is piling up! We know some of you out there are already making plans for next summer so we would like to let you know that we are offering some great preseason deals on select trips. Please visit this link for further details. Looking forward to getting on the water with you in 2016.
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After 5 years without a fall boating season in Durango, we were treated to 3 weeks of uninterrupted kayaking in September. Although most days were spent deciding on whether to go Valle or Bakers, 2nd gorge of lime and Crazy Women missions went down. Here’s some Gopro action of Joel and Myself enjoying Bakers at a juicy 1200 CFS.