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Aerial Videos: California Storms Bring High Flows on the South Fork of the American River

February 20th, 2017 Jamie Low

Over the past few weeks California has experienced an impressive series of drought-busting winter storms that have caused Sierra Nevada watersheds to repeatedly approach record highs. Across the state, we have seen widespread flooding, massive infrastructure failures and all-around general mayhem. But you might forgive us if we can’t help but be excited about what this all […]

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New Video: Go Rafting on the South Fork of the American River This Summer!

June 17th, 2016 Jamie Low

We are very excited to launch our latest river video showcasing the South Fork of the American River! Credits: Breakfast Unicorn Productions is a Bay Area based videography company specializing in promotional and adventure videos. (They also happen to guide for All-Outdoors, and we feel very lucky to such incredible talent here in the All-Outdoors […]

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When in Drought, There’s Still Water for Rafting!

March 6th, 2015 Emily Vernizzi
Rafting on dam-controlled rivers

  Droughts. They’re rough. They cause all sorts of troubles, but don’t jump to too many conclusions! Many people assume that droughts = no rafting, but that’s WRONG!!! Despite what you’d think, there’s still loads of incredible rafting options even when Mother Nature leaves us pretty high and dry. In normal snowpack years, AO offers […]

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