The Blaster40.00 Tuesday – Saturday
Our signiture 2 hour Class II-III whitewater rafting trip. This is the perfect trip for everyone. Fun rapids, great swimming spots, and lots of adventure. This is stress free rafting at its finest and will leave you with a HUGE smile on your face. 3.5 miles starting at the mouth of the Kern Canyon and ending near Lake Ming in Bakersfield CA. No need to hesitate on this one….You will love it!Departs Monday -Saturday 10:00am, 12:30pm, 3pm, and 5:30pm
Master Blaster80.00 Tuesday – Saturday
The Master Blaster. This is our half-day expedition that starts at 10am Monday-Thursday & 9:30am Friday-Saturday and finishes around 2pm (Run the Blaster twice). You go down once in the morning, have a break for lunch, and then go back out in the afternoon. This is perfect for those who have traveled a distance and want more time on the water. Lunch is provided by Big Poppy’s Deli At Rio Bravo Ranch and includes a sandwich, side salad, chips, Gatorade and a cookie. Everyone loves the Master Blaster! 7 miles starting at the mouth of the Kern Canyon and ending near Lake Ming in Bakersfield CA. Book Now! Departs Monday-Thursday 10:00am and Friday-Saturday at 9:30am
Note: Exact time frame of your trip will vary depending on current water levels on the day of your trip. Higher water levels= faster trip down the river. Lower levels = slower trip down the river. Total trip time includes transportation and safety instruction.
River’s End Rafting caters to any group. Whether you’re planning a unique birthday party, family reunion, scouting activity, or something new for a church group, we can help you turn your plans into a reality. Give us a call and we will set you up with a special group rate that will make you smile.
RER Group rates kick in with a group size of 12 or more people being booked by one person. The benefits start with a huge discount of $10 off per person. Your Blaster rate will be $30 and your Master Blaster is only $70. We even honor your group rate on Saturdays.Current Water Levels: Click here to view
Water Levels are indicated in the “Outflow” column (Link to your right)
All water levels have the potential of being very fun. It is always relative to your experience and type of water craft used.
150-450 = Low Water Conditions
451- 650 = Still Low but fun
651-800 = Starting to get very wet wet in the rapids
801-1000 = Ok, thats better!
1001-2500 = Perfect Rafting conditions!
2501-3500 = Wow we are really moving now. Was that trip shorter than I remember?
3501-4000 = Hmmm, really fast water but not very many rapids. Too washed out.