Rafting News

Rafting News

Summer 2014 in Photos!

They say a picture is worth a thousand words, and in our case it is definitely true! We had an amazing summer – as you can see from the following photos. Enjoy!

The Best Whitewater Rafting In Asheville and WNC!

There are a lot of companies who specialize in whitewater rafting in Asheville and Western North Carolina, so what makes us special? Why do we think we offer the best experience and service to our customers? Read on to find out! The Best Whitewater Rafting In Asheville and WNC! FBRZ is local & family owned. […]

Dress Up Day 2013

Saturday was our annual “Dress Up Day”, and the staff went all out this year, from Avatar to Superman to Little Bo Peep.  Is it possible to have too much fun?  We don’t think so!  Check out some of the photos.

Enjoy the View!

Our staff has gotten a few nice scenic shots on the river and in the trees recently. Check them out here, then come out and see the views for yourself. Save 10% when you book both rafting and zipline trips together in July.

High Water in August

Good news! Our guides did some rain dances in July and it actually worked! Here at French Broad Rafting, we’ve been enjoying some terrific water levels on the river lately due to recent rain in the Asheville and Brevard areas. The river level has been slightly higher than usual for this time of year, which […]

Things We Found in the Fire

Five years ago today our family business lost “everything” in a fire. Funny how things work though – turns out we “found” so much more that fateful day. In the sometimes difficult years that followed we have found comfort, strength and support in the countless friends, staff, customers and community that make the French Broad […]

We Thought You’d Like to Know…

About all of the amazing rescue dogs at French Broad Rafting, most of whom had some pretty heartbreaking stories before meeting up with their new humans. Gunny, a purebred Beagle, was used for target practise by his previous owners, and was so incredibly shy around people  that he was considered unadoptable.  He had two hours to […]