Jason L. Super happy and friendly staff! Heed their recommendation to wear shoes – between the rocks and logs you will be glad you did. Both the website and the receptionist tell you what class this river is, that it wasn’t a lazy river, and reasserted this when we got there, so we knew what we were in for. They gave us life vests and made sure they were fitted correctly, and gave us a safety briefing once we got to the river including the safest place to be at certain rapids to make it through and stay on your tube. Sure, I might have fallen off my tube, but that’s Mother Nature for you! This is a great float for someone who is up for the challenge and ready to paddle. Keep up the good work.
Maria S. This was such a fun trip for our family that once was not enough – my husband went back again the next day with his father and nephew! Make sure you listen carefully to the staff’s instructions and you’ll have a blast.
Mark L.We wanted to try tubing the Weber after hearing so much about how it was even better than the Provo River, which we had done before. The rapids were bigger and the scenery even more beautiful. The staff at Barefoot gave us a really thorough rundown on what to expect and how to manage the obstacles, which came in really handy even though I did fall off (more than once). We had a great time, lots of laughter and enjoyed a sunny day on a beautiful river.
Maddie M.First off, I was really impressed by the sturdiness of the tubes. I’ve been tubing before and been nervous about the flimsiness of some of them, but these made me feel much more safe. The woman who took us to the river told us all about the obstacles we would face, gave us tips for maneuvering, and how to make sure everything was secure on our tubes. This is not a lazy river – there are dangerous spots (often marked) and the usual logs and rocks – and rapids, of course. Make sure you wear shoes like they recommend, secure your sunglasses, and wear sunscreen.
Amy J.I have taken friends and family on the Barefoot Tubing’s trips a few times now, and it’s always been awesome. The river is a wild thing, though, so know what you are up against – wear shoes, be careful with kids, don’t bring your phone, and be ready to paddle!