1 Night Trips
Lower Trinity Class II Scenic Trips
available April through mid August
This is our most popular scenic trip and it makes for an amazing overnight experience! This mellow stretch is great for families with young children or those wanting a relaxing, beautiful experience with lots of wildlife. It launches from the town of Willow Creek, which is a short 45 minute drive from the Redwood Coastal Hwy 101. This trip takes you through deep canyons, amazing swimming spots, and a few exciting class II-III rapids!
- Meeting time/location: 12pm in Willow Creek
- Return: ~2pm next day
$340/person rafting or kayak/SUP trip (minimum 4) or
$520/person kayak/SUP trip (minimum 2)
Upper Trinity Class II Scenic Trips
available April through early June
This is the upper Trinity’s most scenic beginner run, remote and mostly flat water. This trip launches from our shop in Big Flat, which is closest for travelers coming from the east (Weaverville/Redding). This trip runs early season while the flows are still up and would be a great trip for anyone wanting to paddle an inflatable kayak or stand up paddle (SUP) board!
- Meeting time/location: 9am in Big Flat
- Return: ~5pm next day
$400/person rafting or kayak/SUP trip (minimum 4) or
$640/person kayak/SUP trip (minimum 2)
Upper Trinity Class III Whitewater Trips
available April through July
Don’t want to miss out on the excitement of a whitewater trip? Then this is the perfect combination trip for you! Spend a day on our most popular whitewater run, Pigeon Point, and get your adrenalin pumping! It’s a perfect trip for beginners and we can take children as young as 8. You will also enjoy plenty of time to relax, take in the scenery, or gain some skill on a SUP board or inflatable kayak! This trip launches from our shop in Big Flat.
- Meeting time/location: 10am in Big Flat
- Return: ~2:30pm next day
$365/person rafting or kayak/SUP trip (minimum 4) or
$580/person kayak/SUP trip (minimum 2)
South Fork Class IV Experienced Whitewater Trip
based on seasonal flows, generally available February through May
The South Fork of the Trinity River flows 81 miles to the confluence of the Trinity River. 55 miles of this river were designated “wild and scenic” in 1972 and it has been called remote and obscure; one of the most wild river canyons in California. This class IV run includes two portages and is excellent for those with whitewater experience. This overnight trip requires preparation and is only available early season based on flows, so if you are interested in this trip please call in advance. The price is dependent on how many people will be in your party.
All food, drinks, transportation, rafting and camping gear, and experienced river guides, are included in the price of the trip.
All reservations must be made at least two weeks in advance to allow for preparation. Group discounts may apply, so please inquire.
Please call 707-599-4221 for questions or reservations.