Wet rafting on the Weber River

FAQs about rafting on the Weber River

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Do I have to paddle?
Only if you want to. All of our rafting trips are semi-participatory, meaning that the guide has oars and can maneuver the boat on his or her own just fine, but there are paddles available if any of the guests choose to help move it along – it’s a great workout and definitely adds to the experience.

What should I wear on the raft?
You are going to want to wear something that can get wet – because you probably will, at some point. You may want to wear a swimsuit under your clothes in case you decide to jump in the water to cool off.

Do I have to wear a life jacket?
Yes. It’s actually the law. Besides, they look really cool and show up great in the photos.

I want to bring my mother-in-law but she is a bit scared. Would she even have fun?
For first timers out on the river, it’s natural to be a little afraid. However, our guides are extremely experienced and our tours are designed with safety in mind. That said, we hold no responsibility if she walks off the back of the raft while trying for the perfect selfie (though we would love a copy of that picture)…
Tip:Check out the photo gallery to see how much fun it is.

Do I need a reservation?
Yes. Reservations are required for all rafting trips. When you call to book, we will ask you for a credit card to hold your spot on the boat. However, payment isn’t due until you actually arrive, so please come prepared with cash or a credit card.


What is your cancellation policy?
We have a 24-hour cancellation policy. Same-day cancellations and no-shows will be charged.

How many people fit in a boat?
Each boat holds between 4-7 people plus the guide.



Serving Park City, Ogden & Salt Lake City
(435) 655.3800