Day One: The Lower New River Gorge whitewater rafting trip is the class-IV classic that virtually built the entire West Virginia rafting industry. This drop-pool river section has eight miles of big waves and steep ledges punctuated by placid pools in which to swim, float and relax. The character of the Lower New changes dramatically with various water levels. At high water (typically spring through June) the waves are gigantic roller-coaster-like stacks of water. At lower levels, the waves get smaller, but steeper, and when it gets low enough, it’s time to go raft surfing. We’ll eat a huge deli-style lunch riverside, too!
Day two, you will experience the challenge of TimberTrek Adventure Park. Garden and Gun Magazine once called TimberTrek part ropes course and part circus school, but there are a lot of ways to describe it. Orangutan habitat for people? Sure. Ninja Warrior course in the trees? That works, too, but harnesses and lanyards round out the safety gear, so you can be assured you won’t fall all the way off, even if you wanted to.
Whitewater Rafting on the Lower New River and the challenge of TimberTrek Adventure Park
This package includes:
- Day 1: Lower New River Whitewater Rafting
- Morning 2: TimberTrek
- Lunch on the rafting day
- (Optional) Buffet breakfast both days and prix fixe dinner on the rafting day
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Participants must be at least 12 years old.
Our PFDs (personal floatation devices) have a maximum chest capacity of 58 inches. Participants must be able to fit into our PFD.
Participants must weigh between 100-260 pounds. You will be weighed on a no-yes-no scale.