Vail Symposium’s first Unlimited Adventure slated for Thursday

14th January, 2015 by

By caramie schnell

There used to be 3,000 square miles of wetlands in the Colorado River delta; now less than 10 percent remains. The mighty Colorado River stretches nearly 1,500 miles, draining the expansive arid watershed that encompasses seven U.S. and two Mexican states. It begins at La Poudre Pass Lake, just south of the continental divide at 10,184 feet and flows to the Gulf of California. Or at least it used to. Due to dams and canal systems, the Colorado river doesn’t reach the sea anymore. Zak Podmore, 26, has kayaked and rafted (and hiked) the Colorado River from its source multiple …

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