The Kaibab Suspension Bridge
The Kaibab Suspension Bridge

The Kaibab Suspension Bridge

One of the first signs of civilization you see on a Grand Canyon rafting trip after leaving Lee's Ferry is the Kaibab Bridge. The Kaibab Suspension Bridge is located just…

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A Big Day Below Diamond Creek: A Guest’s Perspective

It can be hard to know what exactly our clients are thinking when shenanigans occur on a river tip. Except, perhaps, in this case. Here is CRATE passenger Art Hoover's colorful, ever-so-slightly…

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Flash flood at Redbud.
A Muav Gorge rainstorm hit with full force including nickel size hail. Rafters said there were over 100 rimfalls in view at one corner of the river.

Flash flood at Redbud.

The desert air darkened with thick clouds that moments before could not be seen through the walls of a canyon a mile deep. The August heat suddenly gone, shifting as…

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Paddling Strokes for Beginners [Infographic]
Paddle Rafts Require Precision and Teamwork

Paddling Strokes for Beginners [Infographic]

C.R.A.T.E., Colorado River and Trail Expeditions presents a wonderful Infographic titled ‘Paddling Strokes for Beginners’. It has been created to outline the basics of paddling a raft. It adumbrates the…

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