Celebrating its 15th year this weekend, Buena Vista’s CKS PaddleFest has experienced a meteoric rise from a small whitewater retail event to a destination weekend for families and world-class athletes alike.PaddleFest began in 2001 as a way to kick off Colorado’s whitewater season.WEEKEND BRINGS the world’s best to BV. SCHEDULE OF EVENTS.SIX PICKS you don’t want to miss.WOMEN IN CHARGE to take over the river.‘CAN I SURF THAT’ movie debuts in Buena Vista. THE RIVER ALWAYS WINS.
Ark Valley High Rollers roller derby team will welcome home the States on Skates participants with a celebration from 6 to 8 p.m. Monday at Café Dawn, 203 W. First St.
Campers in Chaffee County have a variety of options for places to stay, whether they are pitching a tent, pulling a trailer or driving a recreational vehicle.
The BaseCamp Jam Sessions will feature bluegrass, reggae, rock & roll, funky beats and gypsy rock in the new outdoor beer garden.
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The U.S. Forest Service, San Isabel National Forest is reminding visitors to protect your precious natural and cultural resources while recreating on roads and trails this spring.
“Can I Surf That” follows four adventurous women across the country in their search for the best waves on the river.
For whitewater and river sports enthusiasts, PaddleFest weekend is an exciting way to kick off the season with some of the world’s best athletes in a fun and laid-back environment.
Women in Charge group leaders Haley Mills and Laura Farrell will be waiting in front of CKS Main Street to gather as many participants as possible – ages 10 and up – to have fun on the river.
“The river can knock you down or get you stoked,” he (Morrison) says, “but there’s nothing that beats it.”