River Rafting on The Stony Canyon

Join us as we team up with Coal Tubin' to shred the whitewater on the Stony Canyon in Johnstown, PA. 

You'll be navigating your way through BIG rapids all on your own and getting drenched the whole time! Experienced Guides will be at your side the whole trip to discuss proper pathways through the rapids and boating techniques. This is sure to be an epic day of adventure and community!

When: May 22 2016

Where: We will meet at Coal Tubin at 9:00am for coffee, meet our fellow adventurers and get the safety tips for our journey. 

Cost: $50 per person (Payments will be made in Person at Coal Tubin the day of rafting)

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Rafting Checklist:

1. What to wear - In the spring while the weather is colder you should bring wool socks, wool/fleece hat, sweater or fleece, windbreaker, windpants, and something to keep your feet dry. We offer wetsuits free of charge to help keep you warm and dry! In the summertime we recommend bathing suit, shorts, t-shirt, and river shoes or old sneakers (NO FLIP FLOPS). Dress appropriate to the weather.

2. Water - to stay hydrated. You will be working hard!

3. Protection from the sun - sunscreen, and a strap to hold on your sunglasses if you chose to wear them. You don't want to donate them to the river!

4. Bring a towel and change of clothes. Leave them in your car, or in one of our cubbies at the building.

*** IMPORTANT SAFETY INFO***

Stonycreek rafting, river tubing, swimming and river activities have both inherent and unknown risks and dangers. These include but are not limited to injury or loss of life. The Stonycreek river has NO LIFE GUARDS so try to stay in your raft. If you do fall out there will be a guide with you to assist you in getting back into the raft. You will be asked to sign a waiver and release of liability for yourself and anyone else in your group before rafting down the river. Children MUST be 12 (twelve) years old to go rafting with See The World In Color and Coal Tubin' for the Stony Canyon run, and 8 (eight) years old for the Family Run - Parents & Guardians - you are 100% responsible for yourselves, your children and others in your party at all times.