Experience the sheer thrill of white water rafting on the River Tryweryn in Wales
A two hour experience of adrenaline fuelled bends and plunges in a six person raft
Includes expert guidance
Be prepared to get soaked to the skin on this thrilling adventure
Go wet white water rafting together in Wales on an inflatable six person raft. Be kitted out with all the equipment before a full safety briefing and instruction in the best practices of rafting. Up at the starting point, a experienced guide takes you on a series of runs down the exhilarating bends and plunges of the mighty River Tryweryn. Catch breath at the bottom then it starts all over again. Become more confident and the guide becomes more determined to get you wet! Get as many runs as time allows - usually four. As a guide, Wales is graded three on the UK s white water rafting grading system which starts at one (relaxed) and goes up to six (too rough to offer commercially).
Daily from mid December to end of October, subject to water releases by the local river authority. Dates fill very quickly; book at least six weeks in advance.
Min age is 12. Max chest girth is 52''. Participants must be able to swim at least 25 metres before they can brave the rapids in the 14 foot inflatable raft. Any medical conditions must be declared before booking and venue may test fitness.
Severe adverse weather conditions or local environmental issues can affect water releases and rafting - it is essential to call the venue two days prior to the experience to check weather conditions and the latest water release information.
The experience lasts around two hours from initial introduction to debrief. Once booked, the time quoted allows for registration, any preparation and is not necessarily the start time of the experience.
Numbers on the Day
This experience is for two people. The raft holds up to six people plus a qualified instructor.
Spectators are welcome to watch from the riverbank. A camera will come in handy. Spectators' safety remains their own responsibility at all times. There are covered facilities and a cafe, but they might not see all of the action from there.
Bring swimwear and a towel. If you own a long-legged wetsuit bring that. Boots, helmets, wetsuits and buoyancy aids are provided. Glasses and contact lenses may be worn at your own risk.
It is imperative to call the venue two days in advance to check that rafting is going ahead. If water release or weather conditions mean that rafting is postponed, a rebooking will be made.