Live The Adventure
1. Can I still come if I can’t swim?
Life jackets are provided on all our trips. The only trip where you require strong swimming skills is the full day kayak trip. If you are a weak or non-swimmer it is important that you let the guides know the morning of the trip.
2. I have asthma. Can I still raft?
Yes. Please bring your medication on the boat so that the guide can store it in his/her dry bag.
3. What should I wear?
On raft and kayak trips you will be wearing a wetsuit. Under your wet suit you can wear swimming clothes (board shorts/speedos/bikini/swim suit/rash vest). Having a towel is a bonus and you change into your dry clothes after a day on the river.
On our float trips you can dress for the weather that day and rarely do clients get wet on this trip unless they decided they want to cool off and go for a quick swim. Having bathing clothes on underneath your outdoor clothes will give you this option.
4. How long will it take?
Once waivers are signed we depart from the Stanford Resort as close to 9 as possible. Our aim is to get you back to the resort by 4pm where you can enjoy watching photos from the day and sampling drinks and food from the “Apres Adventure Menu”.
5. Is it going to be dangerous?
Your guides are all experienced white water specialists with qualifications and certifications. Your safety is their top priority and although it can be a white knuckle ride at times the guide has extension knowledge of the river and raft and will be controlling the fun at the all times.
6. Are there seat belts on the raft?
No seat belts. If the raft flipped then you would never want to be attached to the boat. It is much safer to fall in the water and swim back to the boat and have your buddies pull you back in.
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TERMS OF SERVICE: Mountain High Adventures reserves the right to change or cancel any trip due to lack of bookings, water levels, weather or other unforeseen circumstance.