April Snow brings May Flows for Whitewater Rafting in Jackson Hole
Living in a mountain town is magical. Imagine a place where you can play outside all year long. In a blink, what was blanketed under a coat of white for 6 months, is suddenly appearing as if coming out of hibernation. In the next blink, however, it’s as if we are standing once again in a snow globe. While the mountain-free zones are experiencing “April showers brings May flowers,” Jackson Hole is on a different plane all together. It’s still what most would consider winter here. As we operate whitewater rafting in Jackson Hole, I like to say “April snow brings May flows.” While I grew up in Georgia and imagine a weekend of morning coffee on the porch, time in my garden and evening BBQs with friends this time of year, I do love what the long winter and late spring snows bring: a morning of coffee by the river, a day of fabulous whitewater rafting in Jackson Hole and evening BBQs with friends (just wearing a layer or two extra here!). It’s never too early to book. Jump online to jump on board with us this summer! Reserve your trip now for 10% off (better than 2013 rates) and free rentals (up to $15/person in savings). Come celebrate 51 years with Barker-Ewing Whitewater, and let us give you the trip of a lifetime.