Before the season our guides tested for COVID-19 and did mandatory training on our mitigation procedures. Guides take their temperatures and pass a health screening daily before they are able to work.
Lunches are made-to-order by our food prep staff. We maintain clean surfaces and sanitation protocols, so you can be sure your food was made in a clean environment.
When you pull into our parking lot, you will be greeted by your own guide who will take care of you all day long. He or she will take your temperature and ask you a few screening questions before you start your day.
We have added additional hand sanitizer stations at our property. We are also limiting bathroom capacity and have arranged things on our property so people in different groups can gather in different places.
There are three things everyone should bring to their rafting trip: a face covering that goes around the neck (not just over the ears), a water bottle, and hand sanitizer. If you forget any of these items, fear not; we have them all for purchase on site.
Instead of being fitted with gear by your guide, you will fit yourself with guide instructions.
Your guide will give you a private pre-river orientation talk to prep you for the adventure.
Private rafts! Different social groups on a trip will not mix but will have their own guide and raft. To create more spacing, each raft will also have less people and maintain a distance between other rafts on the same trip.
Your made-to-order lunch gets packed on your raft, and when it's time to eat you'll be eating with just your group. On multi-day trips your guide will serve you your meals at camp.
At least one thing won’t be any different; cruising along gentle currents or smashing through exciting rapids is still a whole lot of fun!
We have reduced the number of people on shuttles to give each group their own space on the bus. We’ll also be asking everyone to apply hand sanitizer before getting on and to wear their face coverings during the ride.
When you get back to your meet place, you’ll sanitize your own gear. It’s not a hassle, though. All you have to do is give your life jacket a thorough dunking in a tub before hanging it up and then drop your paddle into a barrel.
After a great day on the river, you and your guide will say your goodbyes and you’ll be on your way.
Between each trip (and periodically throughout the day) we clean all our facilities. Bathrooms get cleaned and restocked and shuttle vehicles get sanitized so we’re ready for when you arrive.