Man. What a winter. Ol’ Man Winter seems to have nodded off for much of his tenure this year—thankfully however he got a wee wake-up call at the last-minute and got back to work for at least a little bit at the very end. As we’ve been reporting for months now, we’ve known all winter […]
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We are getting reports–and by “we are getting” I mean we know from our own eyeballs on the Tuolumne River this spring–that the Tuolumne is prettier right now than it has ever been. Which is rather awesome given that the canyon experienced one of the worst fires in California history last summer. Look for a detailed report on […]
Ready for a road trip? With boatloads of AO guides and a day of outrageous class IV-V whitewater at the other end? Maybe a campfire and your tasty beverage of choice? Waking up with sand in your socks, leaves in your hair, and another day of whitewater ahead? What? You’re unsure? Ok, watch this video. It […]
Here’s a cool chance to kill two birds with one stone–or “feed two birds with one seed” as a very positive person I was talking to recently said…… And event called an “Evening of Empowerment” is happening this April 2 in at the historic Jean Runyon Theatre in downtown Sacramento. Ok so first question is […]
Pre-Season Sale Ends Tonight! This is your last chance to save 25% with our most flexible sale of the year. Any river, any trip, any day of the 2014 rafting season. Call us at (800) 247-2387, Live Chat, or pre-pay online by 5 pm tonight, January 31st before the 2014 Pre-Season Sale floats into the […]
Problematic Precipitation!? If you’ve been anywhere near a computer, TV, radio, or even–gasp–a newspaper lately, you’re probably thinking “I hope rafters love the smell of napalm in the morning, cuz that’s the biggest thrill they’re gonna get this summer.” Our Saving Grace: Ah, but not so fast, my cinematic friends, don’t hit the panic button […]
AO Rafting owner Scott A got the opportunity to check out the Tuolumne River canyon with the US Forest Service last week. Although still closed to the general public, the Forest Service has been working on the access road to the Tuolumne put-in, and we were lucky enough to be invited along. The excellent state of the road […]
This article accompanied Scott A’s interview on Capital Public Radio’s Insight program on January 15, 2014. You can listen to the entire interview as well.
Tune in right now because our very own Scott Armstrong is being interviewed about California water issues on Capital Public Radio Tuesday morning at 9:15 am on the Insight Program. Check it out! 90.9 KXJZ–you can also listen online.