What can I expect on the day
Ideal for learning, White Water Rafting Wales out on the River Dee is a big draw for novice and expert rafters alike who come from all over North Wales and beyond to ride the white waters, rafting with the likes of Commonwealth Champion Jimmy Jayes who founded this school in 1985.
The conditions around this area of Wales means there is excellent and reliable white water for rafting throughout the year, this is one of the best white water rivers in the UK. So you can expect to be swirled around and go bobbing up and down all over the place!
For a less challenging (but no less thrilling) session, a stretch of Welsh water approximately two thirds of a mile long near local amenities is the starting point, making it perfect for welcoming those who have already been rafting before as well as total beginners to the white water experience in this part of Wales, as well as their friends and family who want to spectate.
If you choose to take to the raft in the summer months, you'll discover the river level is usually lower, which means less white water, but this allows more opportunity to play in the clear waters of Wales and, as well as rafting, maybe have a go at body surfing, rapid swimming or weir walking.
White water rafting Wales - our experience gives you between two and four chances to run the rapids with your crew in the six to eight man raft, depending on the time spent getting down this section of the River Dee in North Wales. Oh and you WILL get wet!
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