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Denver close to any diving?

Discussion in 'Rocky Mountain Region' started by icechip, Jul 16, 2019.

  1. icechip

    icechip Manta Ray

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    What would be a good LDS to deal with about local diving?
     
  2. pelsasser

    pelsasser Angel Fish

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    Well I am an instructor for Flat Irons Scuba in Broomfield so of course I will say them!

    Flatirons Scuba | Broomfield, CO | 5 Star PADI Dive Center

    They aren’t the closest in proximity to the reservoir, but depending on where you are staying, may be an option.

    What dates are you here?
     
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  3. Dan G

    Dan G Manta Ray

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    OMG. Colorado is great for so many things, but local diving ain't one of them. Go check out RMNP or Garden of the Gods, rather than haul your gear all the way to CO for low viz reservoir diving. Hike the Flatirons trails in Boulder or go rafting in Clear Creek. If you mountain bike, there's more trail than you'll know what to do with. If you rock climb, you'll never want to leave. Make sure you hit some brewpubs or a distillery when your day is done. Leave the SCUBA gear at home.
     
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