Sunset Rafting is Almost Heaven

July 11, 2023

What’s better than whitewater rafting within the nation’s newest national park? Rafting while witnessing the stunning hues of a West Virginia sunset, of course!

The beloved “Sunset Dinner Trips” with Adventures on the Gorge are back for the summer! Experience rafting the lower New River while catching the sunset on Fridays and Sundays from now until September 3.

The excursion begins at 4 p.m. and includes two to three hours of thrilling rapids paired with relaxing stretches. This trip includes a river-side dinner complete with an appetizer, salad, pasta dish and bread pudding for dessert. End your trip with jaw-dropping views of the sun setting over the New River Gorge Bridge before heading back to the resort.

Please note this is an adult-only trip and all rafters must be a minimum age of 18.

Book Your Sunset Trip Today

Unwind from an amazing time on the water in a cozy cabin, glamping tent or vacation home big enough for your entire group – all available at Adventures on the Gorge Resort. Amenities include Canyon Falls Pool, a disc golf course, scenic overlooks and on-site dining options. Additional activities are such as zip lining, paintball, laser tag, horseback riding and off road tours are available for booking.

While you’re here, be sure to stick around! The New River Gorge is an oasis of outdoor recreation and offers the perfect activity for adventurers of all kinds. Climb to new heights with a guided rock climbing tour, discover the gorge via two wheels with a mountain bike rental, take flight in a WWII bi-plane, stroll the catwalk under the New River Gorge Bridge, hike trails that lead to astonishing overlooks or visit some of America’s coolest small towns for unique shops, mouth-watering meals and friendly locals.

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