The pure adrenaline rush of white water rafting in Scotland, Wales or England
A two-hour session of breathtaking twists, turns and drops in a six to eight person raft
Expert instruction included
Depending on venue, run a mighty natural river or a thrilling, purpose-built course
Bring your sense of adventure - and a willingness to get wet
Rediscover your sense of adventure (and what it's like to be soaked to the skin!) with this white water rafting experience in an inflatable six to eight person raft. You'll start by being kitted out with all the equipment (note: this is not an experience for the style-conscious!), before a full safety briefing and instruction in rafting techniques. Then an experienced guide will take you onto the water for a series of runs down the breathtaking twists, turns and drops of the white water course. Depending on which venue you choose you'll be rafting either on a mighty natural river or a thrilling purpose-built course - either way, it's an adrenaline-fuelled, exhilarating and unforgettable experience.
Rafting starts in early spring and runs throughout the summer and on into late autumn. In Scotland the main rafting seasons are spring and autumn when the white water is at its peak, in Wales selected Sundays Feb to October. Weekend dates fill quickly - book six to eight weeks in advance.
Minimum age varies from 10 to 14. A weight limit may apply depending on venue. Most venues require your ability to swim and all venues state you must be confident in water. Venues may test your fitness. Please advise us in advance of any disabilities.
Rafting will go ahead in most conditions but may be affected by extreme weather conditions or flooding if the rivers are too swollen.
1 -2 hrs
Lasts for around one - two hours, depending on venue. Please allow for time afterwards to shower and change.
Numbers on the Day
Your raft will hold between six and eight people, plus a qualified instructor.
Spectators are welcome. They'll be able to see varying amounts of the experience, depending on the location. A camera will come in handy.
Bring swimwear, a towel, a pair of old trainers, a dry change of clothes and a wetsuit if you have one. Buoyancy aids and helmets will be provided. If you wear glasses, remove or firmly secure them.
At the purpose-built course rafting is occasionally cancelled at short notice due to local authority water release systems. We'll advise you to contact the venue a few days before your booked date, if appropriate, to double-check water levels.