What’s the Best State for Whitewater Rafting?
With more than 3.6 million river miles, it’s no surprise that the United States has some of the finest whitewater rafting on the planet. From fast, narrow creeks to multi-day meanders beneath towering canyons, America’s whitewater truly has it all.
So which state has the very best whitewater rafting? The answer depends, since “best” can mean a lot of things. We took into account some of the most important factors: How much runnable whitewater a state has (and its variety), how accessible those rivers are, the length of the season, and the quality of the scenery. It’s tough to find a clear winner—after all, the best river is the one you’re currently paddling—but these states are the clear standouts.
Top 5 States for Whitewater Rafting
1) California | Sheer Volume The Golden State boasts the second-highest number of river miles in the U.S., clocking in at just under 190,000. Of course, not all of those miles are ru.... Continue Reading at Oars