Whitewater Rafting on the North Fork Stanislaus River
Located East of Angels Camp off of Highway 4, lies a hidden gem of California whitewater rafting. At an elevation of 4,000 feet in the Sierra Mountains, the North Fork of the Stanislaus River is concealed among the granite cliffs and magnificent redwoods of Calaveras Big Trees State Park and Stanislaus National Forest.
This website was designed to provide information about
whitewater rafting on California's North Fork of the Stanislaus river and
to serve as an educational and informational resource for guests, guides
and the general whitewater rafting community. The mile-by-mile
guide, river descriptions,
shuttle & camping information, can
help you plan your next whitewater rafting trip. Due to the demanding and
technical nature of this river, you may want to consider organizing your
trip with a commercial whitewater rafting outfitter.
Images courtesy of All-Outdoors California Whitewater Rafting