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Weber River Symposium “Confluence 2024”

Our friends at Weber River Partnership have been working hard to prepare and are excited to present the annual Weber River Watershed Symposium at the Ogden Eccles Conference Center on January 9th and 10th. Check it out now!

River Guide Training on the Weber River starts this Friday, May 12th in Henefer!

This is a great opportunity to learn some new river skills and start gaining experience navigating whitewater rivers! People sign up for this 6-day course for a variety of reasons.  Some want to work as river guides, and some just want to learn for personal reasons, such as scout leaders, moms, and teenagers who want to go on river trips with their friends and family and want to have some idea of what they are doing. Optional Basic First Aid and CPR certifications are offered as part of the course for an added $65 fee. It’s going to be a great year to be out on the river!

Destination Sports & Clients Donate $3,484 to Weber River Partnership 501c3 non-profit

Destination Sports owners and staff have a strong river stewardship ethic.  Our team puts many volunteer hours into river garbage clean-up efforts each summer. Our owner Dawna Zukirmi puts countless volunteer hours into local Morgan County government outreach, tourism development, and river recreation improvement efforts for the benefit of the Morgan community, where she was born and raised. She is also a founding board member and participates heavily in the works of Weber River Partnership, a local 501(c)(3) non-profit organization whose mission is to advance collaboration, coordination, and education within the Weber River Watershed by improving communication among diverse stakeholders to develop actions that will be mutually beneficial. Dawna has been instrumental in the achievement of non-profit status for Weber River Partnership, and she continues to serve on the Board of Directors as Secretary. Up through February of 2022,…

Finding Solutions for the “Hen-Tag” Reach of the Weber River

Our owner/operator Dawna Zukirmi was invited to present at Confluence 2019, the Weber River Symposium hosted by Weber River Partnership on the topic of “Finding Solutions for the Henefer to Taggart reach of the Weber River”.  Please read and share this information freely.   I’ve been asked to speak about the Henefer-to-Taggart reach of the…

Weber River Clean Up, June 9, 2018 from 10:00 – 2:00

There is a lot of garbage that gets accidentally lost into the Weber River.  The main cause of this problem is that people are not “Rigging to Flip”, are wearing flip-flops, and are floating on flimsy flotation devices that are not meant to handle the rough terrain of the Weber River, and often pop. The…

River Guide Training Course in May

Our annual river guide training course is fast approaching.  The first day of the 6-day program is on May 5th! This is a great opportunity to gain experience guiding a paddle raft, and earn your guide license from Utah State Parks.  Whether you want to gain licensing and experience for employment opportunities, or for a…

Women’s Only Outdoor Activities

We are proud to announce Women-only trips!  We have some great women guides who are extreme outdoor enthusiasts.  Any of our river rafting, kayaking, hiking, biking, or snowshoeing trips can be made private for your women’s exclusive event.  Add in team building elements to help achieve group goals, or go with the more casual activities…

Weber River Adventures Blog Introduction

The Weber River Adventures Blog is a place for all things Weber River.  We will cover a wide variety of topics affecting the entire Weber River Water Shed, including Weber River Partnerships, river recreation, community events, restoration and conservation efforts, water rights, water quality, climate change, irrigation for farming and agricultural production, and so on….

How To Prepare for a Successful Float Trip on the Weber River

The “Hen-Tag” stretch of the Weber River is a popular day-trip location for rafting, kayaking, stand-up paddle boarding, and extreme river tubing.  It is just a 30 – 60 minute drive from most locations in the Park City, Salt Lake City, and Ogden metro areas, and is ideal for short one-day or half-day trips away…