By Lauren Wood Martin Litton, a beloved environmentalist and harbinger for wilderness died November 30th, but his legacy lives on in the policies and parks he fought for and the friends he influenced along the way. Dee Holladay and Martin Litton met at a Western River Guides Association meeting in 1972’. As Sue Holladay Read More
Grand Canyon Trip Review: The Little Colorado Was Spectacular
Rafting The Grand Canyon Through Grand Canyon National Park June 24, 2014 I really liked each of the guides. They were very different and each had his/her strengths and distinct personality. The blend truly added to the experience. Thank you again. What a great family trip that my 22 yr old son and my 14 Read More
Grand Canyon Youth: Unwavering enthusiasm and love for all things river
By Joe Ballent There’s really no way to recapture river magic except by getting out there again. Someone who knows this better than most is former Holiday River Expeditions guide Emma Wharton. Bursting with energy and quick to smile, Emma has had river water in her veins for years. After her days at Holiday, Read More
Zoroaster, Nautiloid, Hermit and Sockdolager… names from Sci-Fi?
By Katherine Ferguson Pretend this is you… back when you were maybe 8 or 10, on a summer vacation “RV-Trip-‘o’-the-west” with your parents, and maybe a bratty younger sister or brother. After 3,000 miles of stories about the magnitude of The Grand Canyon, its shear size and majesty, your family pulls up to a Read More