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Monthly Archives: June 2011
Weather can’t get much better than this in the winter time. I can see every stone on the Paparoa Mountains clearly. The Buller River is flowing at a great level through the Earthquake Section, and if you’re travelling from Nelson, … Continue reading
The Earthquake Section is waiting for the next group of adventuresome people! The water is brilliant, the rapids exhilarating! Book a trip now.
Another beautiful West Coast day!! The air here on the West Coast is some of the purest in the world. Just being outside today was invigorating, even if all we were doing was collecting cow manure to put on the … Continue reading
Winter is a great time for rafting on the Wild West Coast. The air is brilliantly clear, the water often clearer and we have Antarctic Thermals to keep you warm. AND we keep you too busy paddling to worry about … Continue reading
We have had soooo many single women want to go rafting just lately. Where DO they all come from? Good adventuresome lassie all!!! Just wish we had better weather, but it looks like a big “high” is coming and we’ll … Continue reading
Brrrrr! It’s a crisp and chilly morning with a beautiful dusting of snow on the tops of the Paparoas! But, hey!! Some hardy folks are still rafting the mighty Buller Gorge on the Earthquake Section. Honestly, yesterday’s mob said they … Continue reading
Located convenient to Nelson, Murchison, Westport, West Coast, New Zealand, Rafting with Wild Rivers
No matter where you are going on the West Coast, Wild Rivers Rafting is conveniently located. Meet our rafting trips at the historic Iron Bridge on SH 6, Buller Gorge. The Iron Bridge is between Murchison and Westport and easily … Continue reading
Still rafting despite the cooler days. The Buller River and Gorge is often at its best during winter, as both the air and water is crisp and clear and the native bush and bird life beautiful.
I thought I might add an exciting photo with this blog. A couple of years ago Bruce Thomas decided to take advantage of the heavy rainfall to attempt a one-day “Source to Sea” trip with his cat-a-raft and oar frame. … Continue reading