Floating the mighty Colorado through Glenwood Canyon
Ryan Summerlin September 14, 2014
VIDEO: Aspen Times mountain correspondent Corby Anderson takes the viewers all across the Roaring Fork Valley and surrounding wilderness for a new activity or adventure every summer day.
Aspen official report: Glenwood Canyon was carved centuries ago by the mighty Colorado River as it plummets down from the high country towards the high desert. With sheer rock walls rising up 1,300 feet overhead, the experience of riding atop the green waters of the Colorado through the canyon is simply breathtaking. It also happens to be one of the most relaxing things one can do on an early August weekday.
Aspen Times river correspondent Corby Anderson hops aboard the SS Bradman with some friends for a fun ride from Grizzly to Two Rivers Park.
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