Adventure Travel

Wolf Creek


In August of 2001 nine zealots gathered on Wolf Creek pass in southern Colorado to work through the many technical waterfalls found in the canyons of upper and lower Wolf Creek. 

Descending these canyons provided a unique and exciting comparison to static water traverses in the sandstone slots of Utah.  It rained like crazy the night before, so the water was high and generated quite an adrenalin rush.  In places the entire stream feeds through gaps just a few feet wide, with large hydraulics and loud and powerful plunge pools.  As good as it gets.

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Note:  These canyons demand special skills and equipment.  NOT for the inexperienced.