West Virginia Whitewater Rafting
The finest whitewater rafting in the Southeast
West Virginia is known for world class whitewater rafting on the New River and Gauley River. Rafting facilities are centered around the New River Gorge and serve as a launching point for trips on both Rivers. Whether you are looking for family oriented fun and excitement or high intensity Class VI rapids, you’ll find it here in West Virginia.
Country Roads Cabins is located just minutes from the New River Gorge in a private wooded setting. Each of our secluded log cabins feature freshly filled hot tubs and all the comforts and amenities of home. You’ll find your relaxing stay at Country Road cabins the perfect compliment to your river rafting adventures.
When it comes to planning the best rafting trips on either the New or the Gauley river, look no further than our sister company Class VI Mountain River. Class VI has the best guides and equipment and a modern outfitter campus located right on the Gorge rim. Class VI provides everything you need for adventure on the river along with an outfitter store, restaurants and bar, even a zip line canopy tour.
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Family Rafting – Upper New River Rafting
If you are new to rafting or if you are looking for a family oriented trip, book a day on the Upper New River where the fun isn’t outstripped by the thrills. Trips on the Upper New River feature highly skilled and trained guides and are well suited for small children or those just looking for a leisurely day on the water.
Lower New River Rafting
For the thrill seeker, book a trip on the Lower New River. The Lower New is packed with high intensity white water sections and you will discover new heights in terms of recreation and fun. Highly skilled and trained guides make the adventure easy to enjoy and after just one trip, you’ll be hooked for life.
Gauley River Rafting
Spring & Summer Gauley River Rafting
The Gauley River is known mostly for its big-water fall season, but spring and summer adventures at somewhat tamer levels are also available. Don’t miss the ‘secret season’ on the Gauley River!
Fall Gauley Season September – October
If you are looking for the ultimate, book at trip on the Gauley River in the Fall. The Gauley is dam released in the Fall and occasionally during the summer months if the rains are high. This is big big water and while not for everybody, if you do enjoy thrills, a run on the Gauley is not to be missed.
Upper Gauley River
Some of the biggest, baddest white water around, the Upper Gauley is a thrilling, technically challenging river dreamed of by the most experienced of rafters, kayakers and canoeists. Steep drops, massive waves and serious consequences for mistakes mean this run is for experienced rafters only! For those with experience and a passion for whitewater, a trip down the Upper Gauley means a check mark on a life-list.
Lower Gauley River
This is the rough and tumble younger sister of the famous Upper Gauley, offering big thrills on Class IV-V rapids. For those with rafting experience on rivers like the Lower New, who are looking to take it up a notch, the Lower Gauley River is the perfect choice.
More Information About Rafting For All Ages
Class VI Mountain River
White Water Rafting on the New and Gauley Rivers