Thrill-seekers can enjoy the exciting zipline and high ropes challenge course, as well as the whitewater rafting trip on class 2-3 rapids
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What You'll Get
- Join a half- or full-day course complete with zipline and ropes challenges and optional rafting experience
- Half-day activity length: three hours
- Full-day activity length: six hours
- Weight restrictions: all riders must weigh between 60-240 pounds
- Zipline length: 370 feet
- Maximum speed: 20 miles per hour
- Highest point on the course: 40 feet
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Sep 30, 2019. Amount paid never expires. $9 government river usage fee not included with rafting options. Registration required. Limit 10 per person, may buy 1 additional as gift(s). Limit 1 per visit. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Mother Lode River Center
How do you transform Sacramento into a land of adventure? For the guides at Mother Lode River Center, the answer is simple: just add water. On their whitewater rafting tours, they lead groups on expeditions along the rushing waters of the American River ranging from mild to wild. However, the fun doesn't end there. Read on to learn more about Mother Lode's specialties:
- The South Fork has rafting that fun for everyone, whether it's your first time or your 50th. The playful and exciting sections known as "Chili Bar" and "The Gorge" are the most popular whitewater stretches on the West Coast.
- Intermediate Middle Fork rafting that tackles both class III and IV rapids ranging from Tunnel Chute to Parallel Parking
- Advanced North Fork rafting with continuous class IV rapids including Chamberlain Falls and Bogus Thunder
Zip Line and Ropes Course
- Can be combined with the Gorge rafting trip for a full day of adventure
- High elements course runs 20-40 feet above the ground with belay systems and challenges including a leap of faith and zip line
- Gold Rush history program with guided, hands-on activities like gold panning, baking cornbread in a Dutch oven, and a tour of Sutter's Mill at Marshall Gold State Park.
- River Science class that teaches about the water cycle, erosion, the scientific method, and aquatic life
- Life skills development trains groups in leadership skills, problem, solving, and teamwork on the rope course