East Fork Carson River: Hangman’s Run
(Class II Whitewater)

• Unforgettable high desert scenery •
• Perfect Beginner Trip • 
• Natural geothermal hot springs •
• Historical wild west awaits •
• A true wilderness experience •

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Trip details pdf

Hangman’s Run
Class: II

  • 6 Years and above recommended
  • Everyone paddles
  • Everyone should be in good physical shape (weight limit 250 lbs.)
  • No experience necessary

Meeting Time:  9:00am In South Lake Tahoe
Meeting Location:
Blue Zone Sports: 2011 Lake Tahoe Blvd, South Lake Tahoe, CA, (9:00AM)
or
Meet us closer to the river:
101 Old Pony Expressway Rd, Markleeville, CA 96120 ( 9:45AM )

Available:
April – June
Length: 21 Miles, All Day
Maximum Passengers: 7 passengers Per Boat. Occasionally Maximum 9 Passengers, Plus A Guide. Ask For Details.

Available Trip Dates: Limited to flows!

Price: $130.00 per adult and $120.00 per child 12 or younger. Includes lunch, transportation, equipment, and guided trip. Discounts for groups of 12 or more


Getting Here

  • Meet in South Lake Tahoe at BLUE ZONE SPORTS:
    2011 Lake Tahoe Blvd, South Lake Tahoe, CA, 96150. (9:00am)
    If needing to pick up any rafting or sporting goods, stop in to Blue Zone Sports prior to the rafting trip to pick up any rafting gear you need. 
  • Meet us Closer to the river in Woodfords, Ca.
    101 Old Pony Express Rd, Woodfords Ca 96120. (9:45am)

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Hangman’s Run

For those who feel no guilt in relaxing and indulging all their senses, a true wilderness experience awaits on the East Fork of the Carson River.  Being 1 of 3 naturally flowing rivers in the eastern Sierra Nevada Mountains, this 21 mile section of class II whitewater truly captures the experience of floating down a wild river. In 1988 the East Fork Carson River was added to the California Wild & Scenic River System due to its remarkable surroundings. Situated close to South Lake Tahoe, this river makes for the perfect full day trip on you vacation. Starting in the stunningly beautiful Alpine County, the trip begins in pine forests as spectacular snow capped peaks encompass your surroundings. This river is swift and exciting as it flows continuously through the first 9 miles opening into the Nevada High Dessert. Natural geothermal hot springs greet you halfway down inviting you to sink into yet a deeper level of bliss as your guides prepare a delectable lunch. Once back in the boats the river slows down, meandering through a changing landscape of enchanting dessert scenery. Stretches of quiet floats encourage you to breathe in the fresh air and soak in the sun.  A trip down the East Fork of the Carson River will sure to give everyone in your group a memorable experience.  Its tranquil beauty, fun rapids, and hot springs are perfect for first time rafters and veterans alike. Join us on this exquisite escape into nature’s wonderland.

East Fork Carson River provided under a Special Use permit with the Humbolt-Toiyabe National Forest

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