Whitewater Rafting Through The Adirondacks
Have you ever been whitewater rafting? The Adirondack Park is home to rivers with great rapids, including the Hudson River, Moose River, and the Sacandaga River. Want to see what rafting is all about? Look no further.
Spring offers the best rapids in Upstate New York, as the runoff from snowmelt produces fast-moving waters throughout the Adirondack Park. The Hudson River Rapids are rated at Class IV and V when the water is really flowing. Summer and fall rafting trips are calmer, providing a beautiful ride where you can even duck off for a dip in the river occasionally! The following outfitters can provide you with the gear and instruction you're looking for.
Looking for something a little slower paced? Try a canoe or kayak trip!
Sacandaga Outdoor Center
Located just minutes from Lake George and Saratoga Springs, Sacandaga Outdoor Center boasts the best location on the river. Where the Hudson and Sacandaga Rivers meet in Hadley, NY, you’ll find the best rafting, tubing and kayaking around!
ARO Adventures - Adirondack River Outfitters: Whitewater Rafting
North River, NY
ARO Adventures - Adirondack River Outfitters offers exciting whitewater rafting trips from spring through fall. Whether you're looking for family fun or thrilling adventures, you can ride the rapids with ARO on the Hudson, Moose, and Black Rivers.
Wild Waters Outdoor Center - Whitewater Rafting
Located in the Adirondack Mountains near Lake George New York, our whitewater rafting trips on The Hudson and Sacandaga rivers as well as our kayak programs are unmatched.
Beaver Brook Outfitters
North Creek, NY
Ready for an outdoor adventure in the Adirondacks? Beaver Brook Outfitters offers a wide range of services at their four bases, including guided whitewater rafting trips, canoe and kayak rentals, and a winter sports rental shop.
North Creek Rafting
North Creek, NY
Rafting company offering daytrips, overnight trips, and inflatable kayaks. They operate various trips on the Hudson River, Moose River, Cedar River, Boreas River, and Indian River.