Can I go rafting if I can’t swim?

Is river rafting scary?

Whitewater rafting can be scary to some. Frightening, daunting, or terrifying even. … But after so many whitewater rafting trips, the fear quickly turns into thrill and excitement.

Is rafting safe for non swimmers?

Yes! You can go whitewater rafting without strong swimming abilities. While some swimming skills are a plus for any water activity, the Colorado Adventure Center offers a variety of rafting trips and aerial activities for non-swimmers.

Is there a weight limit for rafting?

The short answer is no. There is no hard and fast weight limit for whitewater rafting. The longer answer is that weight could impact some other factors that play into whether you should go on a trip with us. But we will not dictate whether you can go out on the water based on your weight alone.

Has anyone died whitewater rafting?

George Sayour is an American Canoe Association–certified kayak instructor.

Deaths by Sport.

Activity Fatalities per 100,000 Episodes
Whitewater Kayaking 2.9
Recreational Swimming 2.6
Bicycling 1.6
Whitewater Boating/Rafting 0.86

What are the chances of dying white water rafting?

Fortunately, fatalities are uncommon in these activities, with rafting and kayaking fatalities occurring at a rate of 0.55 and 2.9 per 100000 user days, respectively.

Is white water rafting hard?

While white water rafting is well known for the thrills and adrenaline rushes that it offers, it’s also a great opportunity to bond with friends, get an intense upper body workout and connect with nature. And contrary to popular belief, it’s not necessarily difficult.

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