rafting

Bridge Day Rafting – October 20th

from $96.00

Raft some of the nation’s most exciting whitewater, enjoy the phenomenal beauty of the New River Gorge, and get an amazing view of BASE jumpers on Bridge Day!

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All about the Bridge Day Rafting – October 20th.

Bridge Day rafting has all the fun, excitement, and spiritual focus of any Alpine New River Rafting trip — but with the added bonus of getting to watch BASE jumpers at West Virginia’s largest single-day festival!

Raft the class III-V whitewater of the Lower New River in a 14-foot raft for an exceptional ride! As the only licensed Christian rafting outfitter on the river, Alpine’s guides will not only provide you with an exciting trip, but will also help you or your group apply aspects of rafting and God’s creation to your spiritual life. As you reach the iconic New River Gorge bridge, you can enjoy your floating, front-row seat to watch the action of Bridge Day above you! BASE jumpers from around the world will take the leap from the bridge and descend the 876 feet to the gorge floor below. Call today to reserve your Bridge Day experience!

Age Minimums

Lower New River: 13 years old

Availability

One day only-October 20th

The tour package inclusions and exclusions at a glance
What is included in this tour?Items that are included in the cost of tour price.

We provide:

  • Your paddle, PFD (life jacket), and helmet
  • A delicious lunch served picnic-style beside the river
  • All transportation between Alpine and the river

 

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Male – modest trunk-style swim suit or board shorts.

Female – modest swim suit and shorts. The midriff should be covered and no low-cut tops, please.

Water sandals or shoes for water recreation.

T-shirts and sunscreen are highly recommended.

Inexpensive sunglasses with strap. Safety strap for eyeglasses.

Flip-flops/shoes without backs are not acceptable as well as long pants, skirts, or culottes as they may be a safety hazard.

In addition to the warm weather suggestions:

Layer with quick-drying clothes like fleece and polyester. Avoid wearing cotton (e.g., T-shirts or regular socks).

Wet suits and paddling splash jackets are available for rent (provided for free in April and October). Modest shorts must be worn over wet suit.

  • All participants should bring any necessary medications with them (e.g., inhalers, required prescriptions, allergy medications, or epi-pen).
  • Participants may also want to have insect repellent on trips.
  • Guests who wear contact lenses may want to consider wearing glasses on trips or carry a travel size solution kit for activities.
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