Tubing FAQs

If you have more questions or concerns, please contact us.

Depending on water flow, and how much you stop, these trips usually last about two to three hours and cover eight miles with Class II and lower Class III rapids. As you pass through the beautiful Weber Canyon, take in loads of spectacular local scenery. Expect to encounter white water, rough-and-tumble bouldery sections, and strong currents that often push you towards obstacles such as tree branches and rocks.  This can present intense challenges for some of our guests. For this reason we recommend that tubers have some prior river skills or tubing experience.

If you have never tubed a class II whitewater river, we recommend that you upgrade to the easier option of paddle rafting with a guide, or request to have your tubing group be accompanied by a guide who would be on a kayak or small raft.

Your safety and fun is our top priority!  We use only top quality, canvas covered, dual chamber whitewater rated river tubes that can withstand collisions with rocks and branches and will not pop during your trip, leaving you stranded by the freeway.  You will enjoy an extra 30 minutes of float time by starting your trip at our private riverside launch site that is upstream from the main public access area in Henefer.  You will also enjoy a more private and personable experience, shorter wait times, and avoid being herded and shuttled on huge busses.