CLASS I -  VERY EASY

Moving water; passages are clear of any major obstacles. These sections of river are relaxing and provide a nice rest between rapids to enjoy scenery.

 


CLASS II - EASY

 Waves are larger and rapids require some maneuvering, however, passages remain clear. Fun for the whole family. 


CLASS III - MODERATE

(Intermediate) Rapids are longer, and markedly more powerful. Paddlers are  required to maneuver through forceful and irregular currents, rocks and holes in the channel. Exciting and fun- note minimum age requirements. 


CLASS IV - INTERMEDIATE

(Difficult) Very long rapids; dangerous rocks and powerful waves, currents and eddies require precise and powerful maneuvering. Thrillseekers. 


CLASS V -  DIFFICULT

(Very Difficult) Violent and long rapids follow each other with little interruption; a severely obstructed riverbed with big drops; steep gradient and a powerful current. Experienced Thrillseekers.