Whitewater Rafting with your Team in Rabun County

With the ultimate exhilarating rush, let your crew paddle down the Chattooga River, designated a Wild and Scenic River.  Your team will be encouraged to work together to make their way down this adventurous river.  There trip can be a one or two day event depending on the degree of team building and bonding you wish to achieve.

Since May 10, 1974, the Chattooga River has been protected along a 15,432-acre  as a national Wild and Scenic River. 39.8 miles (64.1 km) of the river have been designated “wild”, about 2.5 miles (4.0 km) “scenic”, and 14.6 miles (23.5 km) “recreational” for a total of about 57 miles (92 km). On the commercially rafted sections (III and IV) there is a 1/4 mile protected corridor of National Forest on both sides of the river, allowing no roads to the river or development of any kind. There are a few areas on the river where access has been made more accessible on Section III, but much of Section IV is fairly remote. The Chattooga also bisects the Ellicott Rock Wilderness which straddles three states (Georgia, North Carolina and South Carolina) and three National Forests (the Chattahoochee, Nantahala and Sumter National Forests). Much of the Georgia portion of the river is within the Chattooga River Ranger District of the Chattahoochee National Forest.

Known as the “Crown Jewel” of the southeast, the Chattooga was the first river east of the Mississippi to be granted the Wild & Scenic designation, and is still the only one that is commercially rafted.

We offer three outfitters for you to work with to achieve the ultimate team bond.  We are able to help you with the planning of your group with all of the following:
Southeastern Expedition
Nantahala Outdoor Center
Whitewater Rafting with your Team in Rabun County
Whitewater Rafting with your Team in Rabun County


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