1) What should I bring?
|Rafting Trip:||Camping Trip:||Optional:|
|Swimsuit or shorts||Sleeping bag||Disposable or waterproof camera|
|Wetsuit (in the spring)||Sleeping pad||Jacket and warm hat|
|Protective footwear||Tent||Clean clothes for trip home|
|Hat or visor||Pants and shirts||Lawn chairs|
|Towel and toiletries||Binoculars and book|
|Insect repellant||Beer or cocktails (in moderation for evenings)|
2) What should I wear?
3) What’s the weather like?
Summer temperatures are hot and sunny — perfect for rafting!
4) Is tipping appropriate?
If your guide made your trip interesting, fun, and safe through skillful boat handling, local knowledge, and listening to what you want from your trip, please offer gratuity as you would for any service.
5) What do Class I, II, III, IV, V, and VI mean?
These classes are designations on the International Scale of River Difficulty. This white water rafting scale ranges from Class I (easy) to Class VI (extreme and exploratory). For more details about each class, please visit our International Scale of River Difficulty page.
Trinity River Rafting has been guiding whitewater adventures since 1988. We’re committed to providing you with personalized, high-quality trips that are affordable and fun!
We operate under the permit by the Shasta-Trinity and Klamath National Forests. We are an equal opportunity service provider.