Birds and Wildlife by Canoe on the Yampa River

Canoe the Yampa River, the last undammed tributary of the Colorado River system with Zoology Department associate Ron Beane, an ecologist and wildlife biologist. This enchanting 34-mile stretch of river near Craig gently meanders through a remote area teeming with wildlife and colorful vegetation. Relaxation is the key word while camping along the lush open meadows and high-walled canyons. Plus, you have a good chance of seeing wildlife: deer, antelope, hawks, and both bald and golden eagles. This is one of the most gentle rivers you’ll paddle ... canoeing in Colorado has never been better!

Friday - Sunday, June 6-8
$409 adult, $379 child (6–12 years)

More information and reservations:
Centennial Canoe Outfitters


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