Min. Age 12, Starting at $89 per person
Rafting on the Lower New River has a bite of adventure, but we know you can keep up. We also guarantee you’ll smile the whole way down the river. Class III and IV rapids are as much excitement as any beginner could want, and a challenge for veteran rafters. Enjoy the view when passing directly under the New River Gorge Bridge
Trips starting at: $89 per person.
Min. Age 12, Call (877) 787-3982 for children 9yrs and up.
Min. Age 6, Starting at $99 Adult / $74.50 Youth
Children as young as 6 can experience the joy of river running. Introduce your kids to white water rafting on our Upper New Trip, or try it yourself for the first time. It’s a journey through serene swimming pools, approachable beginner rapids, and a mighty big rock for jumping.
Trips starting at: $99 per person.
Min. Age 6, Lunch included on all trips.
Min. Age 15, Starting at $129 per person.
This whitewater challenge takes you on a custom trip according to river levels. We take you to the most fun, challenging river flowing that day based on the raft type that you select. It’s the most exciting summer trip for the seasoned rafter, hands down!
Trips starting at: $129 per person.
Min. Age 15, Lunch included on all trips.
Min. Age 12, Starting at $109 per person.
The Fall Gauley River: you’ll hear talk of it throughout the spring and summer. There’s a reason for the buzz. Blasting through a steep, remote and scenic canyon this river offers a world-class whitewater challenge. White water rafting on the Fall Gauley River is such a life-changing experience that many of our guests return year after year, reunion style, to participate in this communal event. It’s part river run, part party and all good times.
Trips starting at: $109 per person.
Min. Age 12
What’s Gauley Season? Only the biggest seasonal whitewater event in the country! Each fall the Summerville Dam is cracked open for a few weekends of guaranteed world-class whitewater-making releases! The Upper Gauley will offer up some of the steepest, technical and continuous rapids run commercially, while the Lower Gauley becomes a wave train of rollercoaster-like scenic paddling.
With water releases exclusive to September and October weekends, Fall Gauley Season is a pulse of whitewater adrenaline you’ve got to grab before it’s gone.