Gizmodo Takes on Cherry Creek

Posted July 17, 2014 by Jamie Low
Gizmodo: Rafting America's Most Difficult River

AOrafting on the Gizmodo homepage

Last weekend Gizmodo’s IndefintelyWild joined us on one of our Cherry Creek trips so they could see for themselves that even with the drought this year, California is a world-class destination for whitewater rafting.

Adventure travel writer Wes Siler and videographer Chris Brinlee Jr. documented their journey and produced a great piece that really does justice to what a Cherry Creek experience is all about.  If you’re considering making the leap to the Creek, this article (complete with video) is a must read.

Bonus: Enter To Win a Boatload!

We partnered up to giveaway a fantastic prize to help us promote the great rafting season we are having this year:  If you win, you get to bring a boatload of your friends on any river we run this season!

That includes the South and Middle Forks of the American River, the Tuolumne and even Cherry Creek (for those who are ready for it.)

Be sure to enter the contest (it’s easy) and share it with your friends to increase your chances.  (If your friend wins, they just might bring you along.)

Details and entry form can be found here:

Enter to Win a Whitewater Rafting Trip on Any River All-Outdoors Runs This Season


Jamie Low started guiding for All-Outdoors in 1990, falling in love with whitewater boating, rivers (and a local girl) in the Sierra Foothills of California; he now works as a Search Engine Marketing Consultant specializing in helping publishers and adventure-based travel clients find and connect with their larger audiences.  Connect with Jamie on Twitter, Google+ or LinkedIn


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