Colorado River Weekend 2022

  • 09/09/2022
  • 09/11/2022
  • Pumphouse Campground, Kremmling CO

Registration

  • This registration is for members who live in the area, are staying elsewhere for the weekend, have reserved their own campsite or making a day trip. If the group camping is full, please don't show up hoping to camp with the group but registered as a Day Participant. Instead, please sign up on the waitlist.
  • This registration is for members camping in the group camping area. Everyone needs to be registered including significant others and children. Camping sites are first come, first served. There probably is not enough room for large campers but raft trailers should be okay. Please do not arrive before 3:00 on Friday.

Register

Colorado River Weekend - September 9 - 11, 2022!

Join us for the last river weekend of 2022 on the Colorado River! 

CAMPING: We will be camping at the Pumphouse Campground (Co Hwy 106, Kremmling, CO 80459) in group campsites A & B. From Dillon take Hwy 9 North 36 miles to miles to Grand County Road 1 (Trough Road). Go west on Trough Road for about 11 miles, and turn right onto Pumphouse access road. Take the road to the river. The campground has pit toilets but no running water so bring whatever you need. We have reserved the group campsites for Friday, Saturday and Sunday nights so 1) vehicles can be left at the site on Sunday while you boat and 2) you can camp there Sunday night if desired. There probably isn't room for large campers but raft trailers should be fine. There are also 20 individual campsites that may be better for campers but are all first come first served.  There is a day-use fee of $5 per day, payable to the BLM on entry for each vehicle.

Pumphouse Map

Link to BLM Pumphouse Site

CRUISES: Cruises from here are downstream on the Colorado from Pumphouse, the Lower Blue if it is running, Gore Canyon, and the play wave at the campground. As always we need volunteers to lead cruises, sweep or just help out with registration. If you're willing email Gail Tubbs at gail80220@gmail.com to let him know what you'd like to do. 

REGISTRATIONS: The group campground is limited to 60 people. Everyone participating in the weekend must be a CW member and registered regardless of whether they are boating or just a fun hog reading a book on the side of the river for the day. This includes significant others and children.  

ACA Membership: CW encourages our members to also be members of the American Canoe Association (ACA). Not only does your $40/year individual membership support the mission and programs of the ACA, it also saves CW $10 per participant per event that we have to otherwise pay ACA for insurance, which frees up your CW membership dues for other CW programs. You can join here if interested Join ACA.

SOME GUIDELINES:

  • Registration / Membership: All participants must be a member of Colorado Whitewater and must have registered prior to the event. This includes all participants regardless of whether you're camping with the group, staying elsewhere, boating, or not boating. There is limited if any cell service at the site so if you aren't on the registration list as a member you will have to go to Kremmling to register and bring back evidence of it. 
  • Release Forms: Upon check-in you will be asked to sign a release forms for the entire weekend. This will be required for camping as well as participating on any cruises. You will receive a wristband so that cruise leaders know you have registered and signed all paperwork. 
  • Skills / Gear: As a reminder, river weekends are not instructional events and are not suitable for those who have not had instruction or experience in whitewater kayaking or rafting. Although we're all there to support one another, plan on boating within your skill level. Minimum necessary equipment for all boaters includes helmet, river shoes, type 3 or type 5 personal flotation device, and appropriate dry top or other layers. Kayakers should also have their float bags and skirt. Inflatable kayaks and rafts must be intended for whitewater use - not the vulnerable ones from department or sporting goods stores. 
  • Dogs: Dogs must be on leash and under your control at all times. Dogs cannot be left tied up or in your tent while boating so please make appropriate arrangements. You must clean up after your dog of course. 


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