The Trip Leader or Group Organizer should
make sure all participants are aware of the following:
- Group Sign Up Sheet
- What to Wear
(Print off this form and help out your friends plan for their trip.)
A bathing suit, sunglasses, and tennis shoes are standard at any time
of year. For spring or fall trips you may bring a polypro or wool
sweater and hat, and a windbreaker. Wetsuit rental is available for
especially nippy days and don't forget a change of dry clothes and
Overnight Trips Important
To make your overnight trip more comfortable there are some things you
may want to bring along. Remember you are camping on the river and it
is primitive, so you will need to bring a lot, we will provide camping
gear (tents), food and beverages, and campfire.
- Change of clothes for when you get
off the river.
- Sleeping Bag and Pillow and Sleeping
- Light Jacket for evening
- Insect Repellant
- Playing Cards
- Camera (waterproof)
- Medication (if necessary)
- Additional Snacks (optional)
- Release Forms
(Everyone has to sign a release form. If someone is under the age of 18
then they must have a legal guardian sign a release form. You may print
them off here and have the legal guardian sign them.)
- Check-In Time
(check your reservation sheet 9: 30 trip means it leaves at 9: 30.
Check-In time is 30 minutes before trip. If you are still unsure of
your check-in time, call us and we will assist you.)
- Age Requirements
Upper New River
Children 5 years of age and up.
Lower New River
No experience is required for this section however, we have a minimum
age guideline of 12 years old or 90 lbs.
Previous rafting experience is recommended and good physical condition
is highly recommended. Our minimum age requirement is 16 years old.
Minimum age is 12 years old and no experience is required. A great
start before you tackle the Upper Gauley.
- Type of Trip
Be sure and inform your participants of what type of trip they will be
encountering and what they will need to bring.