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- n. the sport of guiding a raft while descending a river, especially through rapids known as 'white water' rafting
- v. Present participle of raft.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. The business of making or managing rafts.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
White Water Rafting - White water rafting is another amazing experience that I have been lucky to do.
Whitewater rafting is thrilling on the Grande Ronde River.
Overview: Press release announcing, “… a recent lifestyle interest survey conducted by Del Webb communities shows that active recreation, especially adventurous pursuits such as hiking and river rafting, is emerging as a top lifestyle interest by the over-age 55 and Baby Boomer crowds.”
British schoolgirl dies in Turkish rafting accident
In the meantime, during the mega festival right from 2002, river rafting, which is not Chitral's traditional sport though, has also been included.
We go rafting, which is fun and exciting, although the experience is slightly marred by our obnoxious German guide, who kept pulling bullshit like getting us to paddle our raft in a circle, or steering us backwards under waterfalls.
We lost everything we had, which greatly discouraged us, and we thereupon abandoned the idea of rafting it any farther.
The task force also heard from Arkansas Headwaters Recreation Area Director Rob White, who said that the Arkansas River draws 42 percent of the state's rafting business and called rafting a "huge economic machine" for the area.
"Right now we're getting people parking on (Fairway) in the summer for rafting, which is illegal, and getting ticketed," Wilderotter said.
The following morning brought our first experience of white-water rafting, which is even more entertaining than you would expect, if somewhat tough work from time to time.
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