Utah is an incredible place to explore the natural wonders, from the desert, national parks, and yes - that includes the rivers!
High County Adventure will take the whole family on many incredible adventures! If its water adventures you are after, take your pick! There are a number of rafting tours for you to choose from, from May to October.
The Provo River trip is about 1.5 to 2 hours, and takes you past amazing river wildlife, under historic train bridges, and JUST that little bit of whitewater to just splash you (and not get you soaked! The Weber River tour takes you past several historic sites, including that famous Devil's Slide formations. Over 12 miles and 3 -4 hours you will experience Class II and III rapids - so expect to get wet between May and July!
If you want something super fun, High County Rafting offer Sunset tours which are always popular - with a Western BBQ at the end of it, with tasty tib, chicken, brisket, and BBQ beans...just to mention a few! They also have great full-moon trips.
If you want to experiencing paddling your own boat, then just check out their inflatable kayak tours where you can take on the river yourself after some basic instructions - the river is your oyster! This one is great for first-timers - don't worry, the lovely staff will show you the ropes!
If you want something different, you can add a train trip into the mix between May and September, with a half day excursion. The beautiful train will take you through the farmlands of Midway, and through some amazing sites of Provo Canyon! After tucking into lunch, the rafting starts! Great for all ages!
With fishing and horseback riding, you certainly won’t be short of adventures to choose from with High County Rafting!
They are located at 3702 East Provo Canyon Road. Make sure you park in the designated spaces.Get directions
Tours from $15
Tours from $15.
Some of the tours come with dinner and lunch, so get ready to tuck into amazing sandwiches, or BBQs with pulled pork and brisket! Tasty!
Make sure you bring sunglasses, a camera with a case, and comfortable clothes that you don't mind getting wet. If you bring a hat - make sure it has a fastener!
If you have dietary requirements, make sure you let them know when you book. Feel free to also bring your own energy snacks and water to keep you going!
You do need to be able to power rafts and kayaks, and to be able to hold on tight. If you're unsure, just give them a call when you book.
Each tour has its own seasonality, so check on the dates before you book.