Weber River Tubing
Whitewater tubing at its best!
Self-guided tubing is closed for the season.
DUE TO OVERCROWDED CONDITIONS ON THE HEN-TAG ON WEEKEND AFTERNOONS, AND THE CHALLENGING NATURE OF THIS REACH OF RIVER, WE ARE MOVING AWAY FROM OFFERING SELF-GUIDED TUBING ON THE WEBER RIVER. INSTEAD, WE ARE FOCUSING OUR EFFORTS ON OUR SPECIALTIES OF GUIDED RAFTING AND GUIDED KAYAK TRIPS. GO WITH A GUIDE AND LEARN TO PADDLE!
Weber River Tubing is extreme fun in the hot sun! The class II+ whitewater rapids and fun boulder sections in the Hen-Tag stretch of the “Mighty Weeb” are a blast for thrill-seeking groups of any size, from two people to large groups of friends, family reunions, and full company staff parties with up to 50 guests.
We start our tubing trips at our Weber River Base Camp in Henefer, which gives you an extra 30 minutes of floating time than our friendly competitors Barefoot Tubing and Weber Tubing, who launch from the public access site that is downstream a few miles from us. You will enjoy a more personable tubing experience in smaller groups and shorter wait times with Destination Sports’ Weber River Adventures.
This is NOT a lazy river tubing experience. The Weber River offers extreme tubing! We recommend that our tubing guests have prior whitewater tubing experience and river skills, be at least 12 years of age, at least 5’4″ tall, and between 100 – 250 pounds. You will encounter strong currents, and will need to paddle with your hands to navigate around rocks, tree branches, and other obstacles.
If you are unsure about your river tubing ability, or if tubing the Weber is right for you, please call us to discuss the details. If there are people in your group who do not have prior extreme-river tubing experience, or may otherwise not be up for the challenge, we recommend that those guests go in a raft with a guide.
At Destination Sports, your safety and enjoyment is our top priority. We use top quality whitewater rated Aire Rocktabomb PVC and NRS Canvas covered tubes with dual chambers. These tubes can withstand collision with sharp rocks and branches.
If you have never tubed a class II whitewater river before, we recommend that you tube with a guide, or upgrade to the easier option of paddle rafting with a guide.
If you are looking for extreme northern Utah river tubing or Park City tubing, the Weber River has got the whitewater thrills you’ll love. With just a short drive from Salt Lake City or Ogden, this is the perfect way to beat the heat on a short day-trip out of the city.