Dryway Rafting

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Dryway Rafting
Dryway Rafting
Dryway Rafting
Dryway Rafting
Dryway Rafting
Dryway Rafting
Dryway Rafting
Dryway Rafting

Highlights, Dates & Pricing

Season: Memorial Day - Columbus Day

Time: 10:30 am - 4:30 pm

Minimum Age: 14

Pricing:

Early/Late season: $99 per person

 

Regular season: $110 per person Fridays, $116 per person weekends

Reservations:

While we do our best to accommodate last-minute registrations, our trips generally sell out in advance and we strongly encourage you to plan ahead and make reservations well ahead of time.

Details

Trip Info

Experience Class IV rafting excitement close to home on the Deerfield River’s most exciting section, the Monroe Bridge Dryway. Combining the rush of advanced whitewater, the beauty of the northern Berkshires and the camaraderie of a paddling adventure, a Dryway rafting trip will be the highlight of your summer.

From Factory Rapid past Dunbar Brook, Dragon’s Tooth and Labyrinth, the rolling whitewater keeps you on your toes while the rugged northern Berkshires provide a backdrop of exceptional natural beauty. We stop for a snack along the river, but after the trip, we return to our basecamp where a hearty, hot barbecue lunch and a slide show of the day’s adventures await.

Our skilled guides really make the difference on this maze of rocks, holes and waves. Their expertise and friendly professional attitude help make your day memorable. Rafters ages 14 and up are welcome on all Dryway rafting trips. Participants must be comfortable in the water and able to paddle and work as a team.  Participants on this trip may be required to swim aggressively wearing a personal flotation device in rocky, fast whitewater. 

Reviews

"This trip was awesome! The rapids were great! Lot of great memories I will take away from this! I would definitely do it again!" -  Ryan F.

"My husband and I did the Dryway rafting trip and the Zip Line Canopy tour this weekend and both were a lot of fun. We didn't bring our kids this time, but will the next time. There are a number of class 3 and two class 4 rapids on the rafting trip, but don't let those numbers scare you. The guides are terrific and very well trained and are able to help even newbie rafters navigate the rapids. There is a snack break in the middle and a buffet meal at the end ~ the food was great." - Susan

"Everyone was so friendly, helpful and upbeat. They were very knowledgeable and their concern and safety for everyone was very evident. They really wanted to make sure that everyone had a very good time and a very memorable experience.  We had such a great time!! We are still talking about it! I have had several people ask me about it after I posted some pictures and we recommended you highly and we will definitely do this again!!" - Sandra