You must bring a mask for each person in your group. Really.
If your guide asks you to use your mask, you agree to. This will be during times when you are in close proximity to your guide or strangers, or if the rules require it (County, City, State, Park, …). Most activities are in wide open spaces, so it’s not a problem.
Some Services are not available, but most open air and outdoor guide services are available, including river trips, bike trips, and hikes. Separate groups will be asked to maintain distance, or wear masks. Some Park resources are not available, but great alternatives are available for most outings.
If you feel sick or think you might be sick or recently exposed, or have a fever, DO NOT COME. Call us to work things out.
Call us to talk about your trip and how we are managing safety. The Big Bend region and Devils River are absolutely beautiful.
Excerpted from the Mayo Clinic:
“Low-risk ways to move more”
Coming into close contact with people who don’t live with you increases your risk of being exposed to someone infected with the virus that causes COVID-19. That’s why, in general, any activity that allows you to keep a social distance of at least 6 feet (2 meters) from others is lower-risk.
There are many activities you can enjoy close to home, whether you’re visiting your favorite public park or even spending time in your neighborhood. Get moving with these low-risk outdoor activities during the pandemic:
Walking, running and hiking
Rollerblading and biking
Fishing and hunting
Kayaking, boating and sailing
Fitness classes, held outside, that allow distance
Avoid crowded sidewalks and narrow paths and choose routes that make it easy to keep your distance. Wear a mask when you can’t maintain at least 6 feet (2 meters) from people you don’t live with. Don’t wear a mask during activities in which it might get wet, such as swimming.”
* Bold on activities are things we offer.