When you are on a cold, windy day in the snow, you may have a hard time avoiding getting your face buried in a puddle of water.
But when it is your birthday, the perfect opportunity to enjoy the beauty of the Colorado River and enjoy the snow in its purest form comes around every 10 years.
The last time the river reached its peak in June, the river was at its lowest point in its history, according to the Colorado Department of Transportation.
That was the day before the Colorado and Colorado River Ranges were opened, and it’s not too late to celebrate.
The river is now back in its peak, according a statement from the Department of Parks and Recreation.
That is when it should be at its highest.
The water level has dropped by almost 2 feet since the last snowfall of the year, and many people are opting to take advantage of the extra time to enjoy what they can see.
“We are now looking at a peak flow of up to 3,000 cubic feet per second.
The river is flowing at 2,000 to 2,500 cubic feet, and that is about the maximum we have ever seen in this river system,” said Mark O’Brien, a spokesperson for the Department.
He said it’s the best time of year to enjoy a nice paddle, because the river is in a pretty good shape and the temperatures are low.
People are also opting to enjoy more of the river’s natural beauty, with snow falling all over the place.
“The river has never been so lush, and there is this incredible diversity of wildlife that live on it.
There are bald eagles, otters, deer, even bears and a few wolves,” said Michael Meehan, an avid kayaker and photographer from New Mexico.