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Goodwin Canyon Days Extended

October 17th, 2012 by Amy diVittorio

Yes, the secret got about Goodwin Canyon Days and the first weekend is full.  So, we are offering the special itinerary of double runs + BBQ on Saturday, Oct. 27th.  We call that Goodwin Canyon Days and most people out there call it a steal.  But you don’t have to take my word for it – you can read the Goodwin Canyon feedback for yourself.

We hope to see you soon on Mr. Toad’s Wild Ride. For a preview check out the video below taken by one of our guests.  It was a wild ride indeed.

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New Video: North Fork Stanislaus (6/26/11 trip)

August 3rd, 2011 by Roxanne

If I had to pick a river that gives me butterflies every time I hear its name… brings back memories of high sides, steep drops, twisty technical turns, and quite the adrenaline rush, it would be the North Fork Stanislaus. Oh what a gem!

It was my third time rafting and I was excited for my first Class IV+ challenge. Little did I know, I would fall in love with this river. The high-alpine scenery and feeling of being on a fast creek, rather than a big river, was so different than anything I had experienced.

So sit back, relax, and enjoy my interpretation of a perfect day on the North Stan. This new video features snippets from a high-water trip (the highest we had run this season), on June 26, 2011.

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Were you on this trip? Or any North Stan trip? Share your experience with us by writing a review!

Get your kicks on the Kaweah! New video (7/1/11 trip)

July 27th, 2011 by Roxanne

Question: What do you get when you mix youthful energy, waterslides, flippin’ boats, surfers, and a touch of testosterone?

Answer: An adventurous day on the water with the world famous AO river guides, Brad and Scott! Add some adventurous guests and you’re raftin’ down the Class IV+ wonder that is the Kaweah.

Our new video from a Kaweah 1-Day trip on July 1, 2011 is quite a show. And the soundtrack ain’t too shabby either… Enjoy!

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Were you on this river trip? Or any Kaweah river trip? Share your experience with us and write a Kaweah River review online

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A “Fantastic” Day on the Kaweah River!

July 12th, 2011 by Roxanne

Have you experienced the amazing, superb, unreal, miraculous, outstanding, wondrous marvel that is the Kaweah River???

Yes? No? Maybe so? Well… whatever your answer, this “fantastic” (watch the video below) river has just under 17 Class IV-IV+ rapids that will amaze and astonish you.

Located just minutes outside of Sequoia National Park in the town of Three Rivers, CA, this river trip is the perfect “excuse” to explore the area and take a mini-vacation.  But you don’t have to take my word for it. Just listen to guest, Debbie in our latest footage from the Kaweah:

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Special thanks to river guide, Brad for strapping a camera to his helmet and making the Kaweah look so darn good!

Take a ride on the Tuolumne! New footage…

July 6th, 2011 by Roxanne

Thanks to a handy headcam, some high-water lovin’ rafters, and a darn good river guide, we’ve got some great new footage to share with you. This Tuolumne 1-Day trip was captured just a couple weeks ago when it was roaring at 11,500 CFS!

This full length version (27 minutes), covers most of the Class IV-IV+ rapids on the T’s 18 river miles. Watch it and fall in love with the Tuolumne all over again…

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Special thanks to Chuck Salisbury of Choice Exposure for footage.

North Stanislaus River Rafting Video

August 9th, 2008 by Tessa Sibbet

The North Stanislaus River flows only during a short period in the springtime, usually in late April and May. Unlike other Class IV Sierra runs, the North Stan is a high elevation run (nearly 5000 feet at put-in), lined by redwood trees and filled with enormous granite boulders. The North Stan is one of the most picturesque rivers in California and becomes a favorite run for anyone who gets the opportunity to raft there. We recently launched a North Stanislaus rafting video produced by Ben Zupo, one of the camera men for the hit TV show, The Deadliest Catch. You can watch it here:

Merced River Rafting Video

April 24th, 2008 by Tessa Sibbet

The Merced River is one of our favorite springtime runs because it’s one of the best introductions to Class IV (more advanced) white water rafting. This federally protected Wild and Scenic River is located just outside of Yosemite National Park and can be rafted in one or two days. The Merced is a popular river for California tourists because of it’s proximity to Yosemite. Last spring we filmed a Merced River rafting video that you can watch here:

Kaweah River Rafting Video

April 20th, 2008 by Tessa Sibbet

The Kaweah River is one of the more exciting and lesser-known white water rafting runs in California. Located just a few hours from Los Angeles, the Kaweah River is a one-day Class IV river with non-stop action and beautiful scenery. You can watch our video of the Kaweah River from last spring:

Cherry Creek Class V Rafting Video

April 3rd, 2008 by Malina

Last week we launched some new California rafting videos, shot on our river trips last summer. We just added another one, of Cherry Creek, a river one of our guests described as “transcendent and transformative.”

Whether you’re an arm-chair adventurer or the real deal, check out our new video, which gives you a virtually-guided tour of the Class-V extravaganza that is the AO Cherry Creek trip. We’ve been out on the Creek since the 1980s, and even though we love family-friendly rivers like the South Fork, there are some of us that pretty much live for Cherry Creek I am not one of those people, because I am a wimp, but even I love the video.

After you watch the Cherry Creek video, check out our new “Cherry Creek frequently asked questions” page to learn more about these remarkable trips. Because class V rafting is a challenge, we’ve found that people tend to have lots of questions–so we thought we’d give you quick answers to some of the easy ones. Call us if we missed anything (800-24-RAFTS).

(Video) Cherry Creek Rafting Trip, August 25, 2007

August 28th, 2007 by Tessa Sibbet

This is a rafting video from Cherry Creek on August 25, 2007.

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Guides: Scott Armstrong, Adam Walker, Danny Walker, Matt Duperrault.

Videographer: B. Zupo Photography