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August wet weather leads to longer rafting season

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Businesses begin to pull rafts from Clear Creek

By Ian Neligh

Despite predictions of a prolonged season in Colorado, rafting in Clear Creek County is winding down.

The Colorado Outfitters Association said it expects August rainfall to help extend the rafting season across the state but added water flow levels are lower on Clear Creek.

Local rafting businesses agree they’ve already experienced a busy and prolonged rafting season in the county, and several rafting companies were still operating in mid-August. However, some have closed for the season.


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