Paddling Ecuador – What A Trip is About

a collaboration from Carrie Singer & Mary Mills Pictures tell so much about the trips to Ecuador, but sometimes it is nice to hear first-hand what a trip is all about.  Here is a collaboration between two of our veteran Ecuador paddlers (who…

The Varying Moods of the Quijos River

Walking out to the beach on the Quijos River it is always a guess as to what the river mood will be.  This morning found the river a gorgeous glacier green color. The different colors/river levels on the Quijos change as frequently as a mood…

Busy is the Operative Word for Rivers in Ecuador

Paddlers often feel more comfortable on  a new run when they have something to compare it to–a river they are familiar with.  When asked about the rivers in Ecuador, it can be  hard to come up with similar runs back home. If river in Ecuador…

Scrambled Gringos

You cannot beat a section of river that has a rapid on it called Gringos Revueltos (which translates to Scrambled Gringos). Welcome to the Lower Quijos! The first time our guide Doug returned from Ecuador, he spoke of the Lower Quijos in terms…

Back on the River-Quijos Style!

It always seems that we start our run-down week back in Ecuador on the Quijos River. How can you not when it is such a great river to return to each year?! Putting in at what what we refer to as the Baeza Bridge put in, it only takes about five…