Spring News

This has been a very busy spring. We've updated three guidebooks, reprinted another, and have two more under revision as I write this. The Grand Canyon, Canyonlands, and Middle Fork/Main Salmon guidebooks are new editions, and the Snake/Lower Salmon is a reprint with only minor updates. We are currently working on updating the San Juan and Upper Colorado guidebooks. You can find the major changes to be incorporated in the upcoming Fourth Edition of the San Juan under the errata section of the San Juan web page. Changes to the Upper Colorado guidebook will incorporate proposed management changes by the Bureau of Land Management for the 14-mile Pumphouse to State Bridge section of the river. This is one of the most heavily used sections of whitewater river in Colorado. Currently unpermitted, the BLM proposes to institute a self-issue permit system, prohibit camping except at 25 designated sites, and require each campsite to be reserved in advance through www.recreation.gov. We do not yet have release dates for either the San Juan or Upper Colorado, but the San Juan will be July at the earliest and September for the Upper Colorado.

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Errata

We occasionally become aware of changes that need to be made to future printings of our guidebooks. We post that information on this website so that you can note those changes in your book as appropriate. This is not a comprehensive changelog, and the errata posted only apply to the current edition of each guidebook. Updates to prior editions are not noted. The errata can be found on the webpage for each guidebook.

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Got a Great Photo?

Got a great photo that you think should be published for one of the rivers we cover? Send us an email at the contact link below. You'll get credit for the photo and a free copy of the book if we use your photograph.

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Coffee Cup

Check out our coffee cup! If you are like us, you spend more days in the office than you do on the river. That means you probably spend a lot of time with a hot beverage nearby or in your hand. When we decided it was time to come up with some promotional swag, we thought “what better way to put our name in front of folks than with a cup to hold that hot beverage!” But not any cheap cup would do. We didn’t want just a really good cup, no, we wanted a great cup! A cup that would hold almost a pint of that hot beverage. A cup that had great graphics that reflect what we do. A cup that was made in the US of A.

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