- A $2 per person Insurance Surcharge will be added to the rates above!
- Earn (1) free trip for every (20) paid!
A deposit $50 p/p is required within (10) days to confirm this reservation. Final payment is due (30) days prior to trip. All initial
reservation deposits are non-refundable. Written cancellation received (30) or more days prior to trip date will be eligible for refund
less the initial reservation deposit, and lodging adjustment if applicable. Written cancellation received within (30) days of the trip
will maybe eligible for lodging adjustment only, no other refunds will be issued. No show, no refund. Use of alcohol is prohibited before
or during the trip, if you are deemed unsafe to raft no refund will be issued.
For reservations and information call Banchi Outdoor Adventures at 609-584-0005 or
800-769-9660, use our online Quote Request Form
, or E-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Hudson River Description:
The Hudson River offers a magnificent wilderness experience in the Adirondack Mountains of New York State. The Hudson provides
white water action, with class III-IV excitement, rock-walled gorge, ledge drops, chutes with waves and spray crashing overhead.
Minimum age in summer is 14 years of age, previous rafting experience recommended.
Day one of your trip you will whitewater raft the initial 8 miles in the Hudson River Gorge, you’ll have lunch and then choose from one of
the above adventures. During your evening you’ll set up camp along the Hudson river, enjoy a great dinner and enjoy camp around the fire
with friends and guests. Day two begins with a hearty breakfast, the final 8 miles of whitewater on the Hudson River Gorge and finishing up with a BBQ dinner.
Local attractions and nightspots include: Copperfield Inn 518-251-2500, in North Creek Village.
Gore Mountain Ski Lodge & Inn 518-251-2003, on the way to Gore Mt., and Smith’s restaurant in North Creek Village (great family food).
Take the NY State Thruway north to Albany exit #24, pay toll
($3.65), get on the Northway I87 north to exit #23, Warrensburg, you will go north on Rt. 9, it will intersect with Rt. 28 West,
take this 5.3 miles, immediately upon crossing the Hudson River, take a left on to Glen Athol Rd. (Wild Waters will be on right),
Daggett Lake is 3 miles up on the left. Travel time to the Warrensburg from central NJ is appr. 4 to 5 hours, Whitewater Challengers
rafting center are 20 minutes.
What to Bring:
All participants must bring their own personal camping gear. Old sneakers, bathing suit or shorts, poly-proplene long underwear for under
your wet suit if required. Change of clothes/shoes, eyeglass straps, suntan lotion or sun screen, cap or visor, wool hat, sweater, socks,
gloves, light wind breaker (no hoods), drivers license for wet suit rental, light snacks. You may be required to rent wet suits; you will
need (1) license for up to (6) rentals.
Please Do NOT Bring:
Alcohol/drugs, ice chest, rain suits/ponchos, bare feet, and sandals or flip flops, expensive camera or jewelry,
your wallet or valuables. And you won't need money on the river, there are no drive through McDonalds were we are
going! HAVE FUN! If you have any questions please do not hesitate to call.
Class 1: Easy-Moving water with small riffles and waves. Course Easy to find.
Class 2: Medium-Generally unobstructed rapids and waves up to 2 feet and wide channels. Some Maneuvering may be necessary.
Class 3: Difficult-Rapids with high irregular waves. The course is not easy to recognize. May require complex maneuvering.
Class 4: Very Difficult- Long extended rapids through very turbulent water. The course requires precise maneuvering through constricted passages. Scouting from shore is frequently necessary.
Class 5: Exceedingly Difficult-Long rocky rapids through very violent water. Routes are highly congested and must be scouted from the shore.
Class 6: Limit of Navigability-Nearly impossible and cannot be attempted without risk. For teams of experts only.