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This is the longest Marysvale Utah Whitewater Rafting Trip! Journey on the Sevier River with Class II and III rapids that will get you wet and wild. You will be an active participant in this adventure, paddling along with your guide’s instructions to navigate your way down this fun river. Your rafting trip on the Sevier River will include a Professional Guide certified by the State of Utah, and they work hard to make sure your adventure is safe, fun and informative.
This Utah Rafting Trip is great for Family Reunions, Youth Groups, Girls Camps, Church Groups, or just a group of friends wanting to raft the Sevier River with the most entertaining guides in the area.
Trips depart near Big Rock Candy Mountain Resort, just outside Marysvale, Utah, at 9am, 11am, 1:30pm, and 3:30pm. Reservations are recommended but NOT required.
This is the LONGEST Whitewater Rafting trip in Marysvale, Utah!
CANCELLATION POLICY – If you cancel within 30 days of your reservation we will keep a deposit of 50% of the total booking price. You have 10 days before your reservation to adjust numbers, after which time you must pay for the number you have scheduled.
WATER LEVEL CANCELLATIONS – Full refunds will be given for cancellations due to dangerously high or low water. The river flow is controlled by a dam upstream. We have no control of the river flows. We can run the river one day and not be able to run the next. We do our best to let you know as soon as possible if the river is too low or too high to run. In the case that we are forced to cancel your reservation you are more than welcome to switch to another one of our activities (zip, float, ropes course, etc.), reschedule, or get a full refund. Thank you with your patience on this matter.
RIVER RAFTING SAFETY TIPS
Whitewater rafting can be a blast, but only as we keep our guests safe. Safety is our number one priority at Big Rock Adventure. We have calculated the risks and understand the river. We require whitewater PFD’s with a pillow on the back to protect guests from head and neck injuries.
Helmets are not typically required during the heat of the summer, once the river goes below a certain level. If you feel more comfortable with a helmet, please don’t hesitate to ask!
The river is constantly changing with a high range of variance in the flow of water. Some conditions merit more limitations as to the type of group that can be on the river. With this in mind, please try to be understanding if we decide the conditions are unsafe for your group.