Whitewater Rafting on the Ocoee
Whitewater Rafts and Duckies on the Nantahala
Whitewater Rafting the Chattooga
Do you want intense action, a wilderness experience, a reinvigorating
getaway or a bouncy ride with your family? Our yearly whitewater trip has
distinct experiences for everyone.
Past locations have included the Chattooga, the Nantahala and the Ocoee
Rivers. Here's a little about each run:
Nantahala River Whitewater Rafting
The shimmering Nantahala River offers whitewater rafting through mild but
exciting rapids. Nantahala rafting features eight miles of practice on easy
Class II rapids before splashing through the exciting Class III whitewater
of Nantahala Falls. This is one of America’s most popular whitewater runs,
so expect to see other paddlers playing in the waves.
The "Nanny" is a relatively gentle river suitable for the whitewater novice.
We rent "duckies," inflatable 1-person or tandem kayaks for a few-hour trip
down this run.
Middle Ocoee River
The exciting Middle Ocoee rafting trip begins against the roaring backdrop
of whitewater falling down Ocoee Dam #2, with the explosive entrance rapid
called "Grumpy's." The action hardly slows down during this five-mile
stretch of whitewater. Highlights include negotiating major Class III and IV
rapids with names like Table Saw, Broken Nose, Double Trouble, Double Suck
Upper/Middle Ocoee Combo
The Ocoee Combo whitewater trip adds five miles of world-class whitewater to
the already-loaded Middle Ocoee trip. Featuring the 1996 Olympic Canoe and
Kayak course, the Upper Ocoee doubles the fun with Olympic caliber thrills!
They weren't kidding when they named one of this section's rapids
On the Ocoee, we have professional guides who insure an exciting, SAFE trip
down this challenging run. After the Nantahala, beginners can certainly
enjoy this trip. Just listen to your guide and hold on!
With spectacular falls and an abundance of wildlife, the Chattooga is one of
the top destinations for adventurers and thrill seekers. Southeastern
Expeditions offers whitewater rafting, canoe and kayaking trips on the
Chattooga River in Northeast Georgia and South Carolina. The Chattooga
provides miles of Class II to Class V whitewater rafting for both the first
time rafters and the "ledge dropping" risk takers. With the Sumter and
Chattahoochee National Forest surrounding the river, we guarantee that your
Chattooga whitewater rafting experience will be packed with beauty and
excitement for everyone!
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