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.
Combine your American River rafting trip with a visit to the nearby Apple Hill orchards and wineries sitting just above the river canyon. We’ll show you how.
Did you know that rafting on California rivers immerses you directly into the rich history of the Golden State? Let’s take a
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The South Fork is easy to get to, has a long season, and a whole lot of fun whitewater which actually makes choosing the 5 best rapids difficult! Listen and watch the countdown of the top 5 drops on this iconic river.
Leave your day to day world behind and venture into a scenic river canyon that is only a few hours away. Watch our video and read about what makes the Middle Fork of the American and the Tuolumne Rivers unique.
With Tuolumne River’s close proximity to Yosemite National Park, it is a no-brainer to take advantage of these two natural wonders and combine rafting & hiking into one amazing Yosemite getaway. We’ll show you how.
Without life’s usual distractions, the river is the perfect place for people to reconnect with one another. This is especially true with families. California offers many rafting opportunities for adventurers of all levels and ages!
The Easy Section of the South Fork of the American River is the ideal river trip for families with kids aged 5 to 7 years old. The gentle Class I-II rapids and the relaxing pools in between are fun for all.
Which are the best California rafting rivers to cool down the summer heat? Watch our new video and read the reasons for our summertime rafting picks.