Who Can Go

We have the highest safety standards and training. Despite all this, activities such as whitewater kayaking can be dangerous and we can’t with absolute certainty guarantee everyone’s safety. Because of this we have to minimize risk and have the right to refuse service to clients based on physical fitness or mental challenges that restricts one’s ability to quickly and effectively follow directions on the river, lake, trail or other wilderness scenarios.

  • You must be physically fit enough to paddle or hike for up to several hours. If you have health issues, such heart problems, consult your physician before booking your trip.
  • Our trips are NOT amusement park rides, they require your attention and your efforts. If you don’t like to paddle, hike, or ski then our trips are not for you.
  • If you have allergies, are diabetic, or take special medications you must disclose this information on the medical form/waiver and bring your necessary medications. For example, if you are allergic to bee stings and have an Epipen it is up to you to not only disclose this information but to bring the Epipen. We will gladly provide a container for any necessary medications/equipment.
  • All children must be age 10 or older.
  • If you are pregnant, congratulations on your bundle of joy to be, but you can’t go on our adventures until after junior is born. However, you may participate on our flat water canoe trips on the Thomson Reservoir.
  • You absolutely can not, I repeat, you CAN NOT BE DRUNK, when you show up for our trips. There will be plenty of time to celebrate at the take out or the local watering hole. If you show up drunk you are out of a trip.

If you show up with an open heart and an open mind and with the willingness to put forth effort you will have a good time.

I get it. I’m ready to book my trip!