Rivers have grade levels dependent on the current, size of rapids, magnitude of rapids and navigational technique needed to travel downstream. Whitewater rafting has stages and varying levels of intensity depending on the level of the water.
What to expect in rafting?
If you have been whitewater rafting for quite some time or are an adventure seeker and wish to experience more excitement in this exhilarating activity, whitewater rafting on a Grade IV and V levels river will surely excite you. Grade IV waters have more rapids and bigger waves; some rocks and a drop can also be considered. Grade V whitewater rafting, often has large waves with more volume, have more rocks making it more technical to navigate the rapids, and large drops may also be expected, depending on the river and rapid. In this level, precise and accurate maneuvering is necessary.
Whitewater rafting in a grade VI level river is considered to be dangerous, as the rapids are extremely treacherous. The waves and the rocks are huge and the drops are considered very hazardous. It is not advisable to go rafting in this level of water. The threat of severe injuries and even deaths are very high in this area compared to the lower grades. In any level that you wish to try, it is very important that you wear the proper gear and equipment. You have to be aware of all the guidelines, parameters and strategies to be able to avoid any form of danger. With the right knowledge, proper training and experience, whitewater rafting can be the best outdoor sport activity for you.
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