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Resources for your whitewater adventure

Prepare for your Big Frog Mountain Outfitters Adventure with these resources.
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About your Adventure
Information to look over before
your adventure.
You should have your waivers
completed by the time you
arrive at the outpost, so you’ll
be ready for your Adventure!
Group Leader Guide
Helpful information to help
organize your adventure
with Big Frog Mountain Outfitters.
Information about available
positions at Big Frog, as well as
printable applications.
Track events, learn about activities and get
vacation tips for your stay with us.

What if it rains?

We go on our adventures no matter the weather (it is an adventure, after all)!

Can I go rafting barefoot?

No! The forest service requires all guests to have footwear. We recommend old tennis shoes that you don’t mind getting wet, sandals that have a heel strap, or water shoes.

What we don’t recommend: cowboy boots, Doc Martens, combat boots, or any other type of footwear that is heavy, or can fill up with water while swimming.

What should I wear if it might be cold?

Any type of wool, fleece, or synthetic material is great for cooler weather.

A wool or fleece beanie/hat will fit under your helmet, and wool socks will help keep your feet warm, even when wet.

Try to avoid cotton materials in cooler weather, they will not keep you warm when wet!

Can I request a guide?

Yes. If you have a guide that you’d love to ride with, let us know!

Requests are not guaranteed. Your guide may have to be scheduled on a different trip, they may have more than one request, or they may just not be available that day. However, we will do our best to accommodate your request.

How deep is the water?

Right above a fish’s head, and right below a duck’s butt.

No, but seriously, it goes all the way to the bottom.

No, but really…

The riverbed is very uneven and rocky, which is what helps make the waves & drops that make whitewater rafting so exciting! That means in some places, the water is an inch deep, and other spots can go beyond 30 feet!