What to Bring
Whether paddling or rafting, the odds are you will get wet.
- DO NOT WEAR COTTON
- A synthetic, e.g.—nylon, swim suit as bottom layer
- If the weather is cool:
- For June rafting, a wet suit (if you have one or could borrow one) is ideal.
- Light fleece pants and/or unlined rain pants
- A synthetic jacket (fleece or wind breaker)
- Sandals with a heel strap or water shoes
- Tennis shoes for Eco-Tours
- Eye Strap (Croakies) for glasses
- Hat (full brim is best)
- Sun block (because water reflects the sun, sun protection is required)
- Dry clothes for ride back
Suggested Food and Water
- Water bottle
- Snack bars and/or trail mix
Keeping Things Dry
- All food and other items should be kept in zip lock bags to avoid getting wet.
- Electronic equipment, e.g.—cell phone and camera, and other valuables should also be kept in a dry bag or box. Keeping them dry and safe is the participant’s responsibility.
- Remove any jewelry that you wouldn’t want to lose.
Life Jackets and Safety Gear
Participants are provided personal floatation devices (life jackets).
FOR SAFETY REASONS, NO PETS MAY PARTICIPATE.