If you have your eyes set on rafting Goodwin Canyon, take notes as All-Outdoors owner Scott Armstrong gives tips on how to successfully run Goodwin’s two best and biggest rapids.
Flipping a raft on a rafting trip is very uncommon, yet it is always a possibility. It is important to be prepared for a flip, but you shouldn’t let it scare you. Read these tips to be ready in case it happens on your trip.
AO owner Scott Armstrong tells the story of him and his brothers on an early exploratory trip on Goodwin Canyon in 1999. That trip helped place this unique river into our large repertoire of California river trips.
Every fall, river guides and whitewater enthusiasts take a short drive to the lower Stanislaus River to close the California rafting season with a Class IV+ splash.
Up close and personal – this firsthand account of what it is like to raft the Goodwin Canyon lets you in on some of the surprises waiting for us on this unique river each October.
Take a visual tour of the Class IV+ rapids on the Goodwin Canyon section of the Lower Stanislaus River just outside of Knights Ferry, California. This unique whitewater rafting opportunity comes along every October…
Fall weather in the Sierra foothills is mostly mild, making this season a good time to go rafting. AO guide Gator explains what to wear and how to gear up for a fall rafting trip…
The part of the rafting season that comes after Labor Day has some of the most peaceful days out on the river. After a long summer, our guides love the fall rafting season. Read on to learn what is so special about it and which rivers are available.
Steve Martarano of Comstock’s Magazine originally approached us about California rafting prospects during a drought. However, that changed once Steve started hearing the family stories.
Check our up-to-date river flow forecast and start planning your 2021 California rafting adventure! Last updated September 27, 2021
This river has something for everyone. We run trips on three separate sections on the South Fork. Each section offers its own unique experience. Read on to learn which may be the best fit for your group.
Many people assume that droughts = no water = no rafting, but that’s not the case thanks to human intervention. Let us explain how rafting in California is still possible despite low snowpack levels.
Listen to All-Outdoors owner Gregg Armstrong tell the story of how the family got hooked on whitewater rafting back in the 1960’s, how the family keeps growing the rafting business, and how the rafting business keeps growing the family.
Hear from All-Outdoors guide Garrett about the basics of paddling your way down the river.
All-Outdoors founder George Armstrong reflects on 59 years of lessons learned from California rivers.
We are very excited to launch our latest river video showcasing the South Fork of the American River! Credits: Breakfast Unicorn Productions