Another snowstorm socks Colorado
April 22nd, 2009
Up to 52 inches of snow fell in the foothills west and north of Denver last weekend and knocked out power to over 12,000 people in the state. Significant snowfall across much of the state helped to push snowpack levels to well above 100% in most drainages. This storm will significantly contribute to the water levels in Clear Creek. This river, only 30 miles west of Denver, offers Class III, IV and V sections–something for everyone!
The spring storm was just what we needed as the rafting season gets underway. Come check out the whitewater this summer! (SEE OUR DISCOUNT BELOW!)