In the Media
We’ve collected various articles and multimedia coverage of our trips, special groups and adventure travel for you to explore. It’s nice to have a someone else’s opinon of our trips or just take a virtual vacation from your desktop! Explore and Enjoy!
A family of four finds an elusive dimension beyond the Gates of Lodore....Read more
Women's rafting trips that incorporate yoga into the journey down the Green and Yampa rivers....Read more
Holiday River Guide Jessica Durham Gardner, "Water Goddess," on her philosophy and love of the river....Read more
Holiday River Expedition's River Retreat combines big rapids with yoga, meditation and soothing spa treatments. By Michele Meyer...Read more
The trip promised a peaceful yoga experience entwined with the adventure of river rafting. It delivered these - along with beautiful views, new friendships, geological knowledge, and a bit of chocolate - turning the participants into gnarly river women!...Read more
Green River Reunion
After 25 years, a Sunset writer and his father run Utah's family-friendly river again. But this time there's a new generation along.
By Ben Marks...Read more
We are hurtling down a road through time. Clinging tightly to my bike as it surges and bucks like a runaway horse fleeing a cloud of bees into the very heart of Canyonlands National Park....Read more
Years ago I ran a river my first and, until recently, my last. What I remember most about that event is the heart-stopping, numbing terror that took over my mind, my body and my senses as the flimsy rubber raft careened through water swollen by spring runoff and undammed by man or nature....Read more
You reach your excitement threshold at Satan's Gut: A river man's top five....Read more
To true white-water people, we clearly qualify as "dudes," "turkeys" or, least disparagingly, "river rookies." But Dee Holladay, who is paddling us down a 58-mile stretch of the Colorado River through Westwater Canyon and Professor Valley on what is perhaps his 200th trip with tourists, is too polite—or too much the business man—for name-calling....Read more