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White water rafting makes a memorable New Hampshire adventure

White water rafting and kayaking In New Hampshire is for fans of the outdoors and families that hanker for adventure; exciting trips are designed and offered for explorers of every age and experience level. Stay in a cozy cabin or relaxing spa and enjoy guided tours on calmer waters or adventurous rapids -- you will find thrills at every turn. Paddle your own inflatable kayak and enjoy a relaxing cruise. You’ll find expert guides and equipment to lead you to spectacular wildlife and scenery along the way.

whitewater rafting in NH
New Rafting Pic - ELC Outdoor Adventure Outpost - Errol, NH
ELC Outdoor Adventure Outpost

983 Upton Road Errol, NH, 03579 Phone: 603-215-0002

Whitewater rafting for beginners to serious adventurers

Whether you are an experienced whitewater rafter or someone who just wants to get a taste of what it’s all about, ELC Outdoors has the perfect trek for you. Beginners and families with young kids will enjoy the Class II/III rapids of the Androscoggin River. During half-day excursions, with experienced guides, there are plenty of opportunities to swim and float as well as spy some local wildlife along the shore. More experienced rafters will enjoy the multiple Class III runs of the Magalloway River. And the truly adventurous will opt for the Class IV Kennebec River runs or the II-IV Rapid River, one of the steepest raftable rivers in Maine and featuring the Devil’s Hopyard, with a surprise around every corner.
Rafting Rapids 1 Sled Muddy Paw Sled Dog Kennel & Raft Jefferson New Hampshire
Muddy Paw Sled Dog Kennel & Raft NH

32 Valley Road Jefferson, NH, 03583 Phone: 603-545-4533

White water (or calm water) rafting? You can do that!

No one needs to be an Olympian to try out whitewater rafting on a New England vacation. Whether you're a hard-body sportsman, a six-year-old kid, or a rocking-chair grandpa, Raft NH in the scenic White Mountains has a summer adventure for you. For a restful and not-scary day on the river, families and newcomers to the sport can enjoy Class II rafting, with a taste of some rapids but also lots of calmer water for drifting and even some stops along the way for swimming and goofing around in the shallow pools. Sports adventures with cool nerves will want to check out the Class III and IV Magalloway River rides. Get your heart pumping on the Rapid River Class IV remote adventure, with towering waves and large drops. Guides are meticulously trained; safety and comfort gear are provided.