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From Those Who Need no Convincing : A Holiday take on Why Fodor’s listed Utah as the #1 Place to Visit in 2016

  Earlier this winter, Fodor’s top travel company picked Utah as the 2016 #1 places to visit in the World.  You don’t have to convince us! Folks join Holiday River  for the numerous whitewater river adventures we offer, but they keep coming back because there is simply too much to take in on one rafting Read More

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Utah Mountain Biking Trips: Top Five Reasons to Bike the White Rim Trail

by Julie Trevelyan   The famed White Rim Trail in Utah’s Canyonlands National Park is a beacon for those who desire to spin their wheels through some of the most gorgeous scenery on the planet. Whether you are a mountain biking newbie or seasoned trail guru, this trip is one for your “must-do” list. To further inspire Read More

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Holiday’s Multi-day Mountain Biking Trip Round-up

Utah is known for having “The Greatest Snow on Earth” but many people don’t realize the amazing opportunities the varied landscapes of Utah afford in the summer.  So you bet, come and ski the greatest snow on earth but then come back and check out what Utah has to offer in the summer. One of Read More

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A Firming and Reaffirming Trip for the Body and Soul: White Rim Trail Mountain Biking Trip

  By Peta Owens-Liston   White Rim Trail Boot Camp   It’s not Jenny Craig, Weight Watchers, Atkins Diet, nor is it fasting or going gluten-free, or whatever the latest trend is for weight-loss. It’s about sweat, perseverance, and pacing yourself. Riding the White Rim Trail was a three-day fitness boot camp that allowed you Read More

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5 Things You Might Learn from Mountain Biking the White Rim Trail

  by Julie Trevelyan   The White Rim Trail in Canyonlands National Park is a pretty sweet mountain bike ride by most people’s definition. Outstanding scenery, technical sections to test your mettle, long flat sections in which to enjoy the views, canyon rims to peer over, stellar overlooks, side hiking trails to take, and a mountain bike-friendly Read More

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GO NOW: 8 Utah Adventures To Cure Your Spring Fever

By Joe, Lauren & Karen You can see and feel the change.  Longer days, budding flowers, and that same tell-tale itch you have for getting OUT! Roofs begin to feel stifling, work days seem a bit less engaging and you need to cure the adventurous fever your running. Don’t worry, we’ve got all the whitewater, relaxation and Read More

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The Photo Diary of a Whitewater River Rat: Part 1

By Joe Ballent Photo Diary Of A Whitewater River Rat They say a picture is worth a thousand words, and after combing through my folders of rafting photos (dating back to the ancient 2008) I’m forced to agree.  I compiled the highlight shots from a number of different trips with Holiday River Expeditions, with guests Read More

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Moab La Sal / Westwater Canyon Trip Review: Unforgettable Camping Under The Stars

Moab Mountain Biking & Whitewater Rafting In Westwater Canyon, Colorado River August 16, 2014 “Best holiday ever!”, says my 16 year old son. The mountain biking stretched us just enough and the rafting was a terrific contrast. Camping under the stars was unforgettable. Guides were perfect, cooking was superb and even the bugs were friendly! Read More

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Moab La Sal / Westwater Canyon Trip Review: You Have To See It With Your Own Eyes

Biking In The La Sal Mountains & Colorado River Rafting Through Westwater Canyon August 23, 2014 We booked this trip hoping for an extreme adventure of whitewater rafting and mountain biking. We more than got our money’s worth. The guides were all fantastic, the food was spectacular, and the overall lifelong memories that were created Read More

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Moab La Sal / Westwater Canyon Trip Review: So Much To See!

Mountain Biking The La Sal Mountains & River Rafting The Colorado River Through Westwater Canyon July 25 I appreciated the patience that our guides, Bossi and Brin showed while I bicycled very slowly and stopped numerous times to take photos. Additionally, the knowledge the guides shared about the history of the area, their sense of Read More