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Grizzly Creek, Glenwood Canyon, CO USA (V-)

Wow, don’t know where to start on this one. Grizzly Creek had been on my radar for a few years. I remember my Dad paddling it when I was 7. We had a friend who came out and stayed with us for a few weeks by the name of Devin Morton. I think he was 12 or 13 at the time and he and my Dad did laps on this creek and it just looked so fun. It’s pretty short as there are a couple of major log jams that need clearing, but you can still do like a 1/4 mile run on it and do laps. It drains into the Colorado River in Glenwood Canyon.

This is my first run down with both my Mom and Dad shooting photos and video. I ran this in my Nano and I have got to say, this is one of the best creek boats in the world for runs that are tight and fast.



This run is located at the Grizzly Creek Rest Area on I-70 inside the canyon. The photo below shows the pedestrian foot bridge that you may or may not have to duck under when going under it.



A little boof over one of the continual drops you face. Oh yeah, there are ZERO eddies on this run.


Ah, the fun of it all!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!