The rivers and canyons have been waiting for us, and we’re almost ready to go and join them. Here at Holiday, we’ve been following local, state, and federal guidelines to ensure the health and safety of our entire team, and now that things are beginning to reopen, we’re cautiously excited to begin our 2020 season!
We understand that this has been an unprecedented challenge for everyone, and our thoughts are with each of you who have been personally impacted by this global crisis. We know that there’s still a long road ahead as we all figure out how to live our best lives while also being safe, but we feel strongly that wilderness, rivers, and open spaces are an important part of healing, recovery, and living joyfully.
In addition to our usual stringent health and safety protocols, we’ve developed new procedures to take every possible step to keep our guides and guests safe and healthy on all of our trips. Please review the following new requirements and procedures closely; we hope they will help you feel comfortable and confident in choosing to join a trip with Holiday this summer.
The most important part of all of these protocols, however, is you. Keeping each other safe means putting the health of our community and river family first. We’re counting on you, our guests and dear friends, to be conscientious, considerate, and cautious. Like mom always says, “make good choices!” Self-monitoring and open, honest disclosure of any health issues is imperative. Please help us in this important work of keeping everyone safe while still enjoying the thing we love the most: the river.
Be well, and be safe. We can’t wait to see you out there.