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Cheyenne Wyoming River Running Guide

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Cheyenne, located at the north end of the Front Range, enjoys a “best of both worlds” atmosphere with the benefits of both Colorado’s growth and Wyoming’s slower pace.  A blend of the old and new West, Cheyenne has a cultural diversity and variety unlike most communities. By mixing tradition with innovation, the community offers something for every taste and every budget.  Cheyenne has built a strong community with a volunteer spirit and a helping hand for anyone in need.

From its inception in 1867, Cheyenne has always been a railroad and military town, but it is also a center for business, education and government. As Wyoming's capital city, Cheyenne is home to large contingents of state, federal and local government and a large private service sector based on the government economy. One of every three employees in Cheyenne works for government.

 

Visitors to Cheyenne can Live the Legend 365 days a year with both seasonal and year-round activities. Fishing, hunting, biking, hiking, boating, floating, swimming, camping, golfing and skiing are all available in the city or in nearby recreational areas. More than 600 acres of parks, plus 15 miles of the Cheyenne Greenway, offer plenty of places to play or relax. Cheyenne has 14 baseball fields, nine softball fields, 12 tennis courts, five golf courses and two municipal swimming pools. Just beyond the community's boundaries lie Curt Gowdy State Park (25 miles), the Vedauwoo and Happy Jack recreational areas (30 miles) and the Snowy Range (70 miles).  Cheyenne is the gateway to Wyoming, welcoming visitors on their way to Yellowstone and Grand Teton national parks and Devils Tower National Monument.
 
 

Paddlesports Schools:

Otter Bar Lodge Kayak School
Located in:
Forks of Salmon, CA

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Otter Bar offers all skill levels of whitewater kayak instruction based out of our wilderness lodge on (more...)
 
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Paddlesports Schools:

Great Northern Whitewater Resort/Glacier River School
Located in:
West Glacier, MT

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River/Guide school Great Northern Resort has a 36 year history of providing whitewater and fishing trips on (more...)
 
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River Shuttle Services:

Hells Canyon Shuttle, Inc
Located in:
Oxbow, OR

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Hell’s Canyon Shuttle, Inc. is a family owned business and has been providing the rafting community of (more...)
 
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Paddlesports Shops:

Tumalo Creek Kayak & Canoe
Located in:
Bend, OR

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Tumalo Creek Kayak and Canoe has the largest selection of whitewater kayaks, sea kayaks, recreational (more...)
 
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