Dryway Rafting, Cabin & Zip Line Package FAQs
Who can go on this trip?
We can take adventurers as young as 14 years old out with this package. All guests must be between 70 lbs and 250 lbs.
Are meals provided? What if I have food allergies?
We provide lunch on our rafting trip, but you should plan on providing your own food for all the other meals. We do not use nuts in our food, but cannot guarantee that the ingredients in our meals do not contain nuts or other food allergens. If you have food allergies or other special dietary needs, we strongly suggest you bring your own bag lunch in non-glass containers and we will pack it with the other lunches on your trip. You’re also welcome to call our office at 1-800-532-7483 with any questions about the menu. If you intend to bring your own meal, please let us know ahead of time.
Is it safe?
While we have an excellent record, the sports of whitewater rafting, canoeing, kayaking, zip lining, rock climbing, skiing, snow shoeing and biking have inherent risks. It should be recognized that accidents can and do occur. For this reason, we cannot assume responsibility for injury or loss of property. Participants in all activities will be required to sign a waiver stating they are aware of the risks involved and are not under the influence of drugs or alcohol. Those with health problems limiting their normal activities may be prohibited from participation at Zoar Outdoor’s discretion. Pregnant women will be prohibited from participating in Zoar Outdoor Activities.
The packages I see online don’t work for me. Is there any other way I can book this?
Absolutely! Give our office a call at 1-800-532-7483 and we would be happy to help you customize your package. Whether you want to reverse the order of the activities, book a different lodging option, or see what other options you have, we’ll help you figure out the perfect trip.
What time does my trip start?
For standard packages, the rafting trip on Day 1 starts at 10:30 am. Check-in for the Cabin Tents is after 2:00 pm, so you can check in once you’re back from the rafting trip. Check-out for the Cabin Tents is at 10:00 am, so make sure you’ve checked out before heading to your zip trip. Start times for the Zipline Canopy Tours vary, so make sure you check your confirmation for your trip’s start time.
How many people usually go in a boat?
We generally put 5 to 7 people in a boat, but this doesn’t mean that you need to have a group of 5 to 7 to go rafting. For example, if you’re reserving two people, you may be paired with a party of 4 or 5. If you have a group of 10 people, we would just divide you into two boats that travel together on the water.
Everyone will need to have a separate signed waiver for each activity on the day of the corresponding trip. Once you have signed up for the trip, check your confirmation email for a link to sign your waivers electronically. You can also download and print the waivers here.
Alcohol and Drug policy
The use of recreational drugs or alcohol is prohibited on all programs. If you arrive here under the influence, you will be prohibited from participating in the day’s activity and you will not receive a refund.