Billy Marquis can’t wait to run the Arkansas River this summer.
With Colorado’s statewide snowpack totals nearing 150 percent of average, he and his crew of guides are eagerly awaiting the spring melt. Customers have noticed, too. Marquis already has seen a spike in summer bookings for his whitewater rafting trips.
“As a business owner, I am very excited,” he said.
Colorado has suffered from drought that has parched much of the state, hitting the Four Corners area especially hard, since late 2017.
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