The 2023 California whitewater rafting season was record-breaking! Join us as we reminisce on wonderful memories made on California rivers in 2023 and appreciate all those who joined the All-Outdoors family.
Fall for fall rafting in California! The summer crowds thin out after Labor Day, but great weather and excellent white water remain! See our recommendations for rafting in September and October.
Don’t quite know what to expect on an overnight rafting trip? Come along as we follow a returning guest on a 2-Day Middle Fork adventure and see what the river, camp life, and remote canyon have to offer.
There is a lot more to a raft guide’s job than taking folks down the river every day. Come along as we follow seasoned raft guide Mathilda on a trip down the South Fork of the American River.
One of the best wilderness rafting rivers in California, the Middle Fork of the American features world-famous Class 3 and 4 rapids inside a remote 2000-foot deep canyon. Come along, as we explore the top 5 rapids…
The Wild and Scenic Tuolumne River features awe-inspiring scenery, heart-pounding Class 4+ rapids, captivating side hikes, and pristine beaches. Get ready as we unveil the top 5 rapids that make the Tuolumne an unrivaled rafting experience.
The river classification system is based on an International Scale of River Difficulty and ranges from Class 1 to Class 6 rapids. Let’s look at the different white water rafting levels!
“Maybe you’ve rafted the South Fork before, but this year it’s different. Give it a shot!” Listen to some feedback from our guests about their rafting experience on a familiar river running at not-so-familiar flows.
Nestled just outside of Sequoia National Park, the Kaweah River is a must-visit for all adventure seekers. With a thrilling combination of Class IV rapids and lush scenery, this river is the perfect escape from the hustle and bustle of city life.
Get some insight from All-Outdoors veteran guides about what the rafting experience is like in a year with abundant snowpack.