Area outfitters combine to form Adventure Outdoors LLC
Glenwood Adventure Co. has joined forces with Bair Ranch and Lakota Guides to form the new Adventure Outdoors LLC, providing “one-stop adventure” offerings in the Glenwood Springs, Vail, Beaver Creek and Buena Vista areas.
“This expansion now offers the visitor a wide variety of adventures from mild to wild in what is known as Colorado’s most popular adventure destinations,” said Ken Murphy, owner of Glenwood Adventure Company, a past winner of the Glenwood Chamber’s Tourism Business of the Year award.
Murphy joins Jim Bair, Karl Borski, John Mark Seelig, and Michael Lowe of Bair Ranch and Lakota Guides, bringing several generations of history, training and personal experience in the outdoor industry to the new venture.
Adventure Outdoors LLC will now offer a wide variety of activities, including whitewater rafting on the Colorado, Roaring Fork, Eagle and Arkansas rivers, plus duckies, stand-up paddleboards, Segway tours, bike rentals, off-road and ATV tours, horseback riding, hayrides and cookouts, paragliding, clay pigeon shooting and equipment rentals.
New this season will be geocaching (searching for hidden items using GPS and other orienteering methods), cattle drives and night vision rafting. Snowmobiling and snowcat tours are also offered during the winter, and Bair Ranch offers overnight adventures and corporate retreats.
Adventure Outdoors has offices in Glenwood Springs, Edwards and Buena Vista. Visit http://www.glenwoodadventure.com for more information.
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