If you go whitewater rafting with us, you may hear us describe rapids in terms of different classes. There’s a good reason for this--going out on the water requires at least some kind of knowledge of what the rapids will be like.
Whitewater rafting is, to the untrained eye, a sport for adrenaline junkies. Many people will hear the term and run, claiming many reasons why they simply can’t do it. There are a lot of myths surrounding whitewater rafting that give it an odd reputation, and when we hear these rumors, we shoot them down immediately. But to save you the trouble, here are five myths about whitewater rafting you may mistakenly believe.