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The purposes and objectives of the High Country River Rafters are to:
Promote the sport of river rafting,
Facilitate communication and understanding between it's members,
Facilitate river conservation,
Promote safe utilization of rivers,
And increase the communication between the private boating community, the commercial boating community, and governmental organizations concerned with river rafting.

HCRR provides classroom and on-river training in safety, first aid, and swiftwater rescue, as well as the annual rookie training. The club encourages members to be educated and vocal in conservation issues. HCRR sponsors speakers from other water clubs in the region (kayakers and canoers), as well as government representatives, vendors and conservation groups.

In the Denver Metro area meetings are held at local river equipment and repair businesses, AAA Inflatable Repair, Alpenglow Mountainsport, and Down River Equipment Company, and at some other locations from time to time. During the peak season, the club meets on a twice-monthly basis; off-season the meetings take place monthly. Twice a year the club holds a potluck dinner/meeting, and hosts an annual banquet, usually in February. Each season, club members have the opportunity to raft together on several club-sponsored trips, including Mother’s Day and Father’s Day, a family trip in mid-summer, and an annual Frostbite Trip in September or October. The club also participates in an annual river cleanup project.

The $35 annual membership in the HCRR provides voting rights for club officers, reduced rates on training, priority participation in club trips, a club membership directory, and access to the members-only section of the HCRR web site.

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High Country River Rafters - P.O. Box 317 Wheat Ridge, CO, 80034-0317
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