Experience extreme whitewater on the Upper Yough as you thread your way between 22 continuous pulse-pounding rapids, narrow twists and turns, and heart-stopping drops. Small custom rafts and a 3:1 guest to guide ratio helps solidify your team. The challenges of one of the world’s best class V rivers will exhilarate you as you drop through Western Maryland’s gorgeous backdrop. Everyone is a participant, so we recommend that you be in good physical condition and have had previous whitewater experience.
15% off EarlyBirds
It’s never too soon to schedule your summer rafting trip. Reserve and pay for your rafting trip by February 28, 2017 and receive 15% off. Simply click through the “Book Online Now” button, and enter “EB15” at check out.
Other Ways to Save!
Feb 8, 2017 is National Boy Scout Day. Schedule your group rafting for the Middle Yough, Lower Yough or Upper Yough on this day and receive 20% off. Use code “BSD” at checkout.
Mar 12, 2017 is National Girl Scout Day. Schedule your group rafting for the Middle Yough, Lower Yough or Upper Yough on this day and receive 20% off. Use code “GSD” at checkout.
One of our experienced whitewater guides will captain your raft for the entire journey. Their professional rafting skills and knowledge allow you to experience the best the river has to offer.
Mondays & Fridays: $130.00/Person (call for release dates)
Saturdays: $160.00/Person (call for release dates)
Please note that prices do not include Maryland Amusement Tax
The Upper Yough at a Glance
- This river is recommended for:
Experienced Rafters 16 & Up
- The Upper Yough is Class:
This Section is Class V. What does this mean?
- What months does it run?
The Upper Yough runs from April – October
- How long is the trip?
The Upper Yough Trip runs for 9.5 miles. This usually takes between 3.5 and 5 hours.
- Is lunch provided?
Yes! Upper Yough adventurers are served cooked ham and turkey (not lunch meat) on croissants with a seasonal fruit and cookies prior to departure.
- Will there be a guide in my boat?
Yes, on the Upper Yough it is required that a guide be in every single raft.