As the weather gets colder, you may think that it’s impossible to embark on a great rafting trip. But rafting is a year-round sport, when you wear the right clothing and bring the right equipment. Even as we approach fall weather, rafting in cooler temperatures is possible.
Stand-up paddleboarding, or SUP for short, is quickly becoming one of the most popular ways to enjoy the water. It’s a phenomenon we don’t usually see when it comes to watersports. Rafting, kayaking and tubing tend to boast the most accessibility and thrill. So, what’s so special about SUP?
A big concern people usually have when they come rafting with us is their safety. For good reason! When done unprofessionally, whitewater rafting can put you at serious risk for injury. Luckily, our trained staff at Southwest Raft & Jeep know exactly what to do so you’re in good hands throughout your entire trip.
In the southwestern pocket of Colorado lies a town whose story lies just beneath its mountainous exterior. Our story starts in 1765 as a group of conquistadors, lead by Juan Maria de Rivera, ventured into the present day American South West to discover lands in the name of Spain.
Raft season in Durango is upon us! With temperatures heating up the snow is melting and it's time to get on the water. Come on in to the Southwest Raft and Jeep shop located at 1430 Main Avenue and rent an inflatable kayak or Stand Up Paddle board. See ya soon.