Tag Archives: kayaking

UPDATE: Craig Man Dies In Kayaking Accident

The family of the Craig man who died in a kayaking accident over the weekend in Dinosaur National Monument has yet to give consent for his identity to be released to the public. While the victims identity has been widely shared on social media, out of respect for Continue reading

Craig Man Dies In Kayaking Accident

A Craig man died in a kayaking accident over the weekend in Dinosaur National Monument. The 66-year-old was floating the Yampa river in an inflatable kayak Saturday, when he hit a rock near Tepee Rapid, causing his kayak to capsize. The man’s friend, who was floating the river with Continue reading

Wyoming Man Missing, Presumed Drowned

Search and Rescue crews are looking for a missing Wamsutter man who is presumed to have drowned in the Seminoe Reservoir northeast of Rawlins. According to authorities, 25-year-old Michael Proberts went on a kayak trip to the reservoir Saturday morning and never returned. Proberts vehicle was located at the Red Hills Campground early Sunday morning, and his kayak, life vest, ball cap and kayak paddle were Continue reading

Time To Register For Summer Camps

Registration is now open for all Youth and Teen Summer Programs in Steamboat. Youth swim lessons will be offered throughout the spring and summer at the Old Town Hot Springs. Summer camps will take place June 12th through August 11th, and are available for four different age groups. Week long skill building Continue reading

Whitewater Park Project Underway Near Kremmling

whitewater parkThe Colorado River is getting a second whitewater park for kayaking and board surfing, this one near Kremmling in Grand County. Kayaking play parks have sprung up across the West, but the region’s largest waterway has only one engineered kayaking park. That’s the popular Glenwood Springs Whitewater Park. The Gore Continue reading

BLM Kremmling Offers Opportunity for River Entrepreneurs

BLMIn an effort to ensure a variety of recreational opportunities are available within the Upper Colorado River Special Recreation Management Area, the Bureau of Land Management Kremmling Field Office is encouraging special recreation permit applications from commercial Continue reading