Whitewater Rafting Colorado

Water Accidents and First Aid

Injuries and accidents are not exclusive of extreme sports. In fact, injuries come along when practicing any sport. Accidents can happen at any moment. That’s why they are known as accidents. What to Do? It doesn’t matter if you’re whitewater … Read More

Attracting Birds, but Not Unpleasant Visitors

There is something magical when we are able to see a wild animal in its natural habit. It doesn’t matter what kind of animal. If we can behold it for a while and share its space and freedom, it provides … Read More

Back to school and already sick…

I hate it when my vacation is over. Not because I dislike my job nor school, in fact, I love what I do and I love to learn things, but it is the transition that bothers me. Just a few … Read More

Wildlife Viewing Tips

The seasonal transition between summer and fall is a great time of year to go animal viewing in the wilderness. There are still sunny days, and many animal species mate during this period. Wildlife viewing is exciting and a great … Read More

Last Summer Call!

Winds are changing. You can already feel the transition from summer to fall. It is like a sense of calm. I don’t know if it is because all the kids are back in school, and everybody is busy again, but … Read More

Facing Wild Animals

  At Mile Hi Rafting we love the wilderness, and we are always trying to protect our visitors as well as the wildlife. Therefore, we would like to share some basic tips of how to react when facing a wild … Read More

Stress Detoxification

Rush hour, long working periods, hours and hours sitting in front of the computer, TV or the driver’s seat. Junk food, eating disorders and much more, drown us in a toxic environment. Lack of time in the natural world, largely … Read More

Escape From Pollution

The increase of population, dense traffic, wildfires, and industrial “progress” has degraded Colorado’s air quality and it is about to reach unhealthy levels! This situation was exposed last Wednesday July 29th, by the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment … Read More

Lost in the woods!

Summer is indeed the best time for outdoor activities in Colorado. Whitewater rafting, hiking, camping, ATV tours, any leisure activity combined with perfect weather and the magnificent wilderness is the best recipe to heal your soul. A couple of weeks … Read More

Are Running Shoes Advisable for Hiking?

People often tend to ask, if hiking with their running shoes, is a really bad idea? It is a very common question. Probably because, is much more usual to find a pair of running shoes, in anyone’s closet It is … Read More