Why We Love Whitewater Rafting (And You Should, Too!)
It Counts As ExerciseEveryone needs exercise, but not everyone enjoys it. After all, running on a treadmill is about as unexciting as it gets. But with whitewater rafting, you get a full body workout—and you probably won’t even realize it until you are sore the next day. Of course, paddling is a great upper body workout, but even when you aren’t paddling, your body is working hard to keep you stabilized on the raft. You will burn hundreds (or thousands) of calories on your whitewater rafting adventure, and you won’t even think twice about it.
It Cools You OffIt’s no secret that New England summers can be brutal. With hot temps and high humidity, keeping cool is a must. Luckily for you, whitewater rafting is sure to cool you down. From the wind blowing back your hair to the water splashing your skin, whitewater rafting is the ideal way to beat the summer heat.
It Makes You Feel AliveEven though it’s said often, it is true that life is short and you need to make the most of your time. So what is one of the best ways to feel alive? With a hardcore adrenaline rush—and you won’t find a better one than when you are whitewater rafting in New England. Our courses were designed to push the limits and help you feel the thrill of battling the waves.
It Offers Stunning SceneryWhether you are a plant lover or an animal lover, whitewater rafting in New England offers a gorgeous backdrop that you can’t find anywhere else. From the song birds chirping overhead to the lush vegetation along the riverbank to the fish swimming below, you will be amazed at the abundance of nature you will see while whitewater rafting.
It Provides an Amazing ValueDid you realize that most of our whitewater rafting excursions only cost about $100 per person, some of them even less? That’s it. For approximately the cost of your cable bill you can partake in a once-in-a-lifetime experience. You get a full-body workout while staying cool. You get an intense adrenaline rush while soaking in all that Mother Nature has to offer. There is nothing quite like whitewater rafting in New England. Nothing.
These are only the tip of the iceberg when it comes to what we love about whitewater rafting. It is something you have to experience yourself to truly appreciate, and once you do, you may never want to stop.