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Trip of the Week: The Green River through Lodore Canyon in Dinosaur National Monument

by Julie Trevelyan The Green River through the Gates of Lodore The Gates of Lodore are an impressive example of nature’s architecture. Towering 800 feet above the Green River, the canyon snakes its way through the Uinta Mountains of Colorado and Utah. This is a wonderful river rafting vacation to take for many reasons: diversity Read More

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Trip of the Week: Moab Biking Westwater Canyon Rafting Combination Trip

  by Julie Trevelyan     What better way to truly experience the natural wonders of Utah than by both biking and rafting? On the Moab Biking-Westwater Rafting combo trip, you can whiz on mountain bike trails then raft the Colorado River. Win-win!   The La Sal Mountain Loop in the Manti-La Sal National Forest, near Read More

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River Currents: Trip of the Week: Salmon River Canyons Women’s Retreat

by Julie Trevelyan   Idaho’s Salmon River is wild, no doubt about that. As the country’s longest undammed river running through a single state, the Salmon provides a glimpse at the way rivers used to wind and roar and whisper through the landscape before humans attempted to corral them. Impressive whitewater rapids mark the Lower Read More

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Green River Lodore Canyon Trip Review: This trip was over the top!

    4-day Green River Rafting through Lodore Canyon in Dinosaur National Monument June 8-11, 2013   I especially liked the packing list!   I really liked the day we played volleyball, and the food was really good on the whole trip.   This trip was over the top!  A perfect combination of exciting rapids, Read More

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White Rim Trail Trip Review: Perfect Storm of Ecstatic Grandeur

    4-day White Rim Trail Mountain Biking in Canyonlands National Park May 21-24 We participated on the White Rim Trail portion of the SL Tribune and KUED’s documentary “The Utah Bucket List”.   Everything was 5 star.  Really!   Both Marcia, my wife, and I feel this was one of the all time great Read More

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Back to Westwater; Known as Utah’s “Little Grand Canyon”

    By Joe Ballent I recently had the privilege of guiding a two-day Colorado River Westwater trip with the family and river cohorts of long-time Holiday friend Dave Wiggins.  Members of this hard-charging and incredibly fun crew asked me great questions about the numerous trips Holiday offers.  When asked what my personal favorite trip Read More

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Cataract Canyon Rafting Trip Review: Holiday does it with style!

    5-day Colorado River through Cataract Canyon in Canyonlands National Park May 20-24, 2013 The combination of a well organized web site and informed staff on the phone made reservations a breeze. When we first reserved, there were not enough clients to make the trip. Fortunately that changed, and reservation folks let us know Read More

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Top Five Reasons to Mountain 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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River Currents Blog: Shining the spotlight on our Salmon River Canyons

  by Julie Trevelyan What’s great about Idaho river rafting? Everything! The Salmon River Canyons trip in particular offers an adventure sure to linger in your memory. Gorgeous white sand bars, awesome rapids like Bodacious Bounce and Checkerboard, ancient Nez Perce pictographs, and the deepest river gorge in the United States, Hells Canyon, are all part of Read More

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River Currents Blog: Trip of the Week: Baja Beckons! Baja Coast

    by Julie Trevelyan   If you like to sea kayak, this is the trip for you. In the lovely waters of Baja, kayaking is the name of the game as you paddle along remote stretches of coastline and explore the natural beauties of the islands there. To enjoy warm waters—meaning around 80 degrees Fahrenheit!—book Read More