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17-Mile Hudson River Gorge Rafting Trip

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Hour Glass Duration: 7 Hours (4-5 hours in the water)

Info Info: We will continue to follow guidance from the CDC, New York State and our local governments.

  • Season: April 9th – October 3rd, 2022
  • Check-in Location: 1123 State Route 28 Warrensburg NY 12885
  • Every Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday and Sunday
  • Great for guest ages 8 and up
  • Private rafts hold 2-9 guests plus NYS-licensed raft guide
  • Check in at 9:00 am and return between 3:30 and 4:00 pm. River time is between 4-5 hours.
  • Includes riverside lunch with turkey sandwiches, chips and granola bars
  • Dress to get wet. Don’t forget your mask!! Bring dry change of clothes and towel.
  • Must have solid footwear that will stay on your feet.
  • Bring cash for tips.
  • Class 3-4 (class 5 early spring)
Rafters Perfect for small groups. May share raft with other guests.
Private Raft Includes up to 5 guests |
Extra Person (up to 9) per person

Exciting whitewater rafting on the 17 mile Hudson River Gorge

Whitewater rafting on the Hudson is a beautiful, exciting and unforgettable experience! Join up with family and friends and paddle down this monumental river while having the time of your lives.

Located in the majestic Adirondack Mountains near Lake George NY, the Mighty Hudson River Gorge consists of 17 miles of stunning scenery, fun and adventurous whitewater.  At Wild Waters our guides know that the journey, not the destination, is what counts.  Our highly trained and fun guides will show your group a great time while keeping in mind your safety.  The area is rich with history which our guides are happy to share with you. As you ride down this historic river you will get to see a part of New York that most do not. Book our best selling Hudson River rafting trip with Wild Waters Outdoor Center today!

Includes: Helmet, PFD, paddle, wetsuit and booties*, lunch, and afternoon snack. transportation, and a NYS Licensed guide.


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