Whitewater and Wildlife
Enjoy a great family adventure with ELC Outdoors. Spend the afternoon whitewater rafting on the Androscoggin River in Errol NH. During your raft adventure you will have the opportunity to enjoy several runs down the Androscoggin Rapids and even paddle your own inflatable kayak. Then jump aboard the Pontoon Boat for an evening cruise to discover the wildlife of Lake Umbagog.

Class II - Androscoggin
The Androscoggin River is an enjoyable Class II-river adventure, this is the perfect trip for families with young children, or anyone looking for a great paddling experience. Participants on this one day whitewater adventure will have the opportunity to guide their own raft, or for a more intimate white water experience, navigate the river in an inflatable kayak. This Class II New Hampshire whitewater adventure is loaded with great places to swim or float down the river taking in all the great scenery and wildlife that the Great North Woods has to offer. This trip includes multiple runs and lunch at the Mahoosuc Inn- a quaint New England bed and breakfast in Milan New Hampshire.

Class III - Magalloway
If you are looking for a more intense experience try the Magalloway River. This is a near constant Class III rafting trip located in Western Maine and the border of New Hampshire. From the Aziscohos Lake dam the first half mile of this river is a torrent of whitewater considered by many to be un-navigable. Our rafting trip begins below this in a Class III section of this picturesque and scenic river. Your group decides the intensity. With your guides help, you have the ability to choose mild or wild lines on this full day whitewater rafting experience. Along the way you will encounter such rapids as Churning Butter, Coast to Coast, and Cabin Rapid. This trip includes three runs on the whitewater section, lakeside lunch catered by the Mahoosuc Inn, shuttle from Errol, NH, and an opportunity to run Class II-III rapids. This is an excellent trip for youth groups looking to experience the thrill of white water rafting, and families looking for a little adventure!

Class III - IV Rapid River
The Rapid River is a one of a kind wilderness rafting experience down the steepest river in Maine! ELC Outdoors is the only company starting this trip from the historic Middle Dam, allowing ELC to access the upper portion of this classic New England river. Start the morning off with a half mile of class III rapids that empty into Pond in the River. At Lower Dam, navigate a series of Class II rapids before descending the Three Pitches to Smooth Ledge. Finish the trip with the long Class IV rapid S-turn and the notorious Devilís Hopyard, where there is a surprise around every corner . This trip includes a riverside lunch and snacks, pontoon boat ride across Lake Umbagog National Wildlife Refuge, and transportation from Errol, New Hampshire. Age limit for this trip is 12 and over.

Class IV- Kennebec River
The Kennebec River in The Forks, Maine is a classic New England raft trip that will allow paddlers to enjoy the wild scenery of several miles of Class III-IV rapids. On this trip you will start at Harris Dam put in and run through such rapids as Whitewasher, The Alleyway, Big Momma and the Three Sisters, Magic falls and more. A lunch is provided and this full day trip is a great experience for any group looking to explore New England whitewater. Rest assured that the staff at ELC Outdoors and their partners in the Forks will customize any trip to meet your group's needs. We will arrange all group camping and accommodations, In the past groups have done team building initiatives, canoed and kayaked on a beautiful and remote lake, additional opportunities for outdoor recreation are seemingly endless. This trip includes one run on the Kennebec River, Lunch and Shuttle from the Forks, Maine.

 

REFUND POLICY

Refunds will be granted only under the following circumstances.

1) The request is made prior to 30 days before the date of the trip in question.

2) River levels are determined to be unsafe by ELC river manager.

In order to reserve a rafting trip, the customer is required to make a fifty percent deposit of the total amount owed. Reservations can be made one to three months in advance beginning May 1st, with the remaining balance due no later than the day of the trip. If there is a cancellation that occurs within thirty days of the scheduled trip, the fifty percent deposit will be forfeited or the trip can be re-booked for a different date..