Are you still on the fence about booking your whitewater rafting trip? If so, it’s probably because of some of the many myths surrounding this popular sport. Let’s talk about some of those myths so you can make an informed decision whether rafting is right for you.
Myth #1: Rafting Is Only for Adrenaline Junkies
Rafting isn’t always extreme. In fact, most rafting trips aren’t as extreme as the ones you’ve probably seen on TV or in viral videos. Rafting is stimulating, but there are different trips that offer different levels of intensity. At Rolling Thunder River Company, we offer adventures for just about everyone over the age of 5.
Myth #2: Only Good Swimmers Can Go Rafting
When you go rafting, staying in the boat is your number one goal. If you do end up in the water, though, having the ability to float is more important than being able to swim.
Myth #3: I Need to Be Athletic to Go Rafting
If you’re capable of getting in and out of the raft, you’re probably fit enough to go rafting. You don’t need any special training or athleticism.
Myth #4: All Rafting Guides Are the Same
When you think about rafting guides, you probably picture burly guys with beards and booming voices, and you aren’t entirely wrong. We do have a few of those guys around here, but not all of our guides are cut from the same mold.
Our guides come from all backgrounds and have varying personalities. The one thing they share, though, is passion for the outdoors.
Myth #5: Rafting Is the Same no Matter Where You Go
Every river and rafting trip is unique. The outfitter you choose makes a huge difference as well. Hitting the river with well-trained, passionate guides, such as those here at Rolling Thunder, make trips enjoyable and memorable.
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