WHAT TO BRING WHAT TO WEAR
Get ready to get wet! We suggest that you wear something light and quick drying, such as shorts or a swimsuit. Footwear is required, sport sandals or water shoes would be ideal. Sun protection is a good idea. We provide splash jackets and rainwear on each trip. Have a dry set of clothes in the car for after the trip.
Reservations are necessary, please call in advance. We usually have availability- reservations are often made within 48 hours of the departure. We require a credit card number to secure the reservation and we request 24 hours notice of cancellation. Cancellations made within 24 hours of the departure are charged the full price of the trip. This applies to no shows and parties that arrive with fewer persons than the reservation.
How deep is the river?
The river is deeper in the middle than it is close to the banks. The water goes all the way to the bottom.
How cold is the water?
The water is cold. But you’re not in the water. You’re in a raft that floats on the water.
Do we get wet?
You do, but it’s a dry wet.
What are the Classification of Rapids (Class 1 through 6)?
Class 1- No rapids, Flat, moving water.
Class 2- Easier rapids. 1’ waves Faster moving water.Rocks in river.
Class 3- Moderate rapids. 2’ and 3’ waves. Boulders in river.
Class 4- Advanced rapids. 4’ plus waves. Drop offs and reversals.
Class 5- Extreme rapids.. Large waves. Heavy drop offs and reversals.
Class 6- Unnavigable.
All rivers and streams, including Class 1 and Class 2 should be approached with caution. Appropriate flotation and quality rafts are needed. All participants should wear a quality, fitted life jacket. A qualified guide should accompany each outing.