White Water Rafting Locations in Wales
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Ride the Rapids: 5 Must-Try White Water Rafting Locations in Wales

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Rafting is one of the favorite activities of adventure enthusiasts. This water sport lets the energetic person go for a roller coaster ride in any waterbody in a small boat. Generally, the fun is more when the water body has more current. Therefore, most people prefer to go for white water rafting. 

When it comes to rafting in the UK, Wales is the go-to spot, undoubtedly. Furthermore, you will get several options to choose the lake or river with white water. However, beginners must be cautious about their position in the water and the current. 

Are you eager to know about the top whitewater rafting Wales locations? Please go through this blog. Learn about the five must-try places for a fabulous rafting. 

Safety Measures and Guidelines

You must follow the safety measures and appropriate guidelines for secure white water rafting. Here are the best tips direct from the raft masters. 

Wear a Life Jacket

It is crucial to wear a life jacket always when you are rafting. Furthermore, be conscious that it is well-fitted to your body. Ensure that it is not slipping and remains properly clipped throughout the session. Therefore, it is better to take the help of a professional while wearing it. 

A Licensed Rafting Outfitter

A professional outfitter can guide you appropriately for a white water rafting session. However, you must clarify the training practices and required permits while choosing such an outfitter. 

Know Swimming Techniques

You have to be a pro in the swimming techniques. It is essential to handle yourself carefully while on the water. The knowledge of every swimming movement can be your best life savior.

Proper Hold On the Paddle

You must know the correct technique for holding a paddle. Please consult a professional to determine whether your grip is correct before plunging into the river on your boat. 

The 5 Must-Try White Water Rafting Locations in Wales

The list of the best places for white water rafting in Wales is hereunder:-

1. The River Dee

The River Dee
Image- Wikipedia

A narrow boat will be a highly adventurous object to raft in the River Dee. The dramatic Town Falls is one of the spectacular sites while floating on this river. Furthermore, you can also check out some easier sections to halt for a while. Serpent’s Tail, on the other hand, is rapidly in high demand. 

Difficulty Level: Grade 2/4
Guided Tours: Guided tours from Llangollen by companies like Whitewater Active, Viator, etc. 

2. River Teifi

River Teifi
Image- www.teifiriverguides.co.uk

The white water becomes stable for rafting when it rains adequately. You can find easier rapids at the lower Teifi. Hence, this part is good for the beginners. The best part is that you can start from fresh water and end the session in salt water. The Cardigan and Cilgerran are two majestic castles you will pass. 

Difficulty level: Grade 3 or 4
Guided Tours: Teifi River Guides

3. Cardiff International White Water

Cardiff International White Water
Image- Wikimedia Commons

The perfect rafting venue near the urban areas of Wales is Cardiff. Moreover, you can have incredible family adventures at lower water levels. They are well-controlled with a conveyor belt. It brings the raft near you to start the journey. 

Difficulty level: Grade 2 or 3
Guided Tours: Available by Cardiff International White Water Authorities

4. River Tryweryn

River Tryweryn
Image- Wikimedia Commons

The fast and steep River Trywern gives you a mindblowing experience of white water rafting in Wales. The most intense part of the river is the upper section. However, for a calmer experience, go about 4 miles down the river. It will be a beautiful journey passing through the woodlands. 

Difficulty level: Grade 3 or 4
Guided Tours: Available by National White Water Rafting Centre

5. Parc Bryn Bach

Parc Bryn Bach
Image- Parc Bryn Bach

The excellence in white rafting is visible as you go for Parc Bryn Bach. It is a very popular region for energetic rafting. It is at Brecon Beacons edge and gives a remarkable experience in different water activities.

Difficulty level: Grade 3 or 4
Guided Tours: Conducted by Parc Bryn Bach water experts

Conclusion

The famous locations of white water rafting in Wales will undoubtedly give you goosebumps. I have tried to gather information only on the best five destinations. However, you may select other places too for a fabulous experience. Rafting is a cherishing water adventure sport for many. It is essential to consider the safety measures also while you are in the water. 

Rivers like Dee, Teifi, Cardiff, etc., are fantastic for white water rafting. They have various levels appropriate for both beginners and experts. Therefore, plan your rafting tour soon. 

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