Rafting season slightly delayed - tentative opening date of May 9th.

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What To Expect

The Itinerary

The Arrival

When you arrive at our private headquarters, feel free to grab a bite from our deli and relax at our picnic area! We’ll get you all geared up and into a short paddling orientation and then it’s just a short walk down to your raft!

The Trip

No matter what trip you’ve chosen, it will be a great adventure. Our experienced guides will have everyone paddling down the river! All of our trips offer you a chance to take the raft over the Husum falls, but only if you’re up for it!

The Return

At the end of your trip, our private vehicles will be waiting to drive you back to our headquarters. After drying off,  we’ll take a look at photos of your trip. Guaranteed, someone in your raft is making some pretty silly faces!

Zoller’s Headquarters

In the little hamlet of BZ Corner (population 75! Just north of White Salmon, Washington) our headquarters is a very spacious river-front property and we want you to take full advantage of it. Come early or stay late for a meal with us, or if you’d like to bring your own fixings you are welcome to use our bbq area (complete with gas grill) and ample seating. There is no charge for using our space. We built it for you! Your comfort is a really big deal to us which is why we have  private changing areas, nice restroom facilities, a sweet retail center full of snacks, t-shirts and other fun stuff, a complete on-site deli serving up truly amazing sandwiches and so much more. There is a little gas station/mini mart across the street and just a couple hundred feet from our front doors is a cool restaurant if you’d like a complete sit down meal. Come hang out with us and see how it is done in small-town America.

Need directions to our headquarters? Visit our contact page for location information

Provided Gear

At no additional charge, Zoller’s supplies wet suits (you choose between shorties and regular), neoprene river shoes, splash guards, fleece upper layer and gloves. Of course PFDs and helmets as well. That is alot of gear and most of the season we don’t need all of it. So, you get to choose what is going to be most comfortable for your body.

What To Bring

You will need to bring a base layer of swimsuits or shorts. A nice addition is wearing a synthetic top (dry-fit, under armor, etc.) While its not a “have to have” item, they sure are comfortable under your wet suit. And that’s all!