Here in Colorado, many residents bask in the convenience and beauty of outdoor living. Whether you’re embarking on a local river rafting trip, hitting the trails for a mid-day hike, or ziplining through the treetops, one thing is for certain – you are harnessing various health benefits along the way (and not just in terms of exercise). Let us enlighten you about a few surprising proven benefits associated with spending time outdoors.
Are you ready to hit the waters after reading last week’s post about how to prepare for a San Juan river trip? If you weren’t interested in the San Juan river, we offered suggestions to other popular local rivers you might like including the Piedra River, Animas River, Dolores River, Chama River, West Water, Cataract Canyon, The Grand Canyon, Dinosaur National Monument via the Green and Yampa Rivers, and Desolation and Gray Canyons via the Green River.
Just because you don’t own your own raft, it doesn’t mean you can’t hop on the river for a rafting adventure! At Southwest Raft and Jeep, we are excited to announce that we are now renting out rafts and gear for both single day and multi-day trips – because let’s face it, sometimes one day on the river just isn’t enough. Let’s explore what you can expect when rafting on the San Juan River and touch on some other local