MAGALLOWAY RIVER CLASS III & IV
THIS ADVENTURE IS OPEN TO THOSE AGES 10+
**Reservations Required **
Are you ready for the next level of adventure with Raft NH? Then come surf the holes and take a wild ride down some awesome rapids on this Class III and IV rafting adventure. This adventure includes 2 runs down the rapids. This rafting trip meets at our Errol, NH location at 8:45am and 12:00pm. A light riverside snack is provided during your trip and lunch will be enjoyed when we return to base. This trip is available on select Saturdays and Sundays throughout June, July, August and September. With only 12 release dates all season, advanced reservations are strongly required!
Check – In At Errol Raft Base: 8:45am
Depart For River: 9:15am
Arrive At The River & Hit The Water: 10:15am
Leave The River: 12:00
Return To Base & Enjoy Lunch: 12:20
Check – In At Errol Raft Base: 12:00pm
Depart For River: 12:30pm
Arrive At The River & Hit The Water: 1:30pm
Leave The River: 3:00
Return To Base & Enjoy Lunch: 3:20
Participants 10+: $109
PRICE INCLUDES: Price includes: a guide, safety gear, comfort gear,
transport to the river put in from our raft base, a light snack and lunch.
The Remaining Scheduled Release Dates For 2017 Are:
August 19, 20, 26 & 27
September 2 & 3
** Please note that we require at least 6 guests be signed up in order to conduct our river trips. If the trip minimum is not met, you will be contacted by 5:00pm the day before your departure **
The American Whitewater Association Describes Class III As: Rapids with moderate, irregular waves which may be difficult to avoid and which can swamp an open canoe. Complex maneuvers in fast current and good boat control in tight passages or around ledges are often required; large waves or strainers may be present but are easily avoided. Strong eddies and powerful current effects can be found, particularly on large-volume rivers. scouting is advisable for inexperienced parties. Injuries while swimming are rare; self-rescue is usually easy but group assistance may be required to avoid long swims. Rapids that are at the lower or upper end of this difficulty range are designated “Class III-” or “Class III+” respectively.
The American Whitewater Association Describes Class IV As: Intense, powerful but predictable rapids requiring precise boat handling in turbulent water. Depending on the character of the river, it may feature large, unavoidable waves and holes or constricted passages demanding fast maneuvers under pressure. A fast, reliable eddy turn may be needed to initiate maneuvers, scout rapids, or rest. Rapids may require “must” moves above dangerous hazards. Scouting may be necessary the first time down. Risk of injury to swimmers is moderate to high, and water conditions may make self-rescue difficult. Group assistance for rescue is often essential but requires practiced skills. A strong eskimo roll is highly recommended. Rapids that are at the lower or upper end of this difficulty range are designated “Class IV-” or “Class IV+” respectively.