Maine Rafting Company Announces Spring Whitewater Special for New England Ski Pass Holders to Benefit Maine Handicapped Skiing Programs

Spring Raftinf on the Dead River, MaineAs spring turns to summer and snow turns to runoff it’s time to put away your skis and boards and get out on Maine’s whitewater rivers and benefit a good cause.
 
Northern Outdoors, based in The Forks, Maine is offering all New England skiers and riders a chance to directly support disabled veterans and active service personnel via spring rafting vacations. New England Ski Area season pass holders will save $15 off all Northern Outdoors May & June rafting trips with their current Season Pass. For every season pass rafter, Northern Outdoors will donate $5 to the Maine Handicapped Skiing’s Veterans / No Boundaries Program.
 
Maine Handicapped Skiing’s Veterans/No Boundaries, provides veterans and active duty personnel with disabilities summer and winter adaptive sports activities, free of charge.  Veterans/No Boundaries is funded by Bath Iron Works, Disabled Sports USA, veterans groups, local businesses and individuals who are passionate about supporting Maine’s service men and women.
 
Spring white water rafting typically has higher water flows thanks to winter snow melt and offers exciting early season adventure. The Ski Pass Special is valid on all three of Maine’s whitewater rivers- the Kennebec, the Penobscot, and the Dead River. Each unique river offers a vacation experience of thrilling fun and adventure for first-time rafters, families, and high adventure enthusiasts.
 
For more information on the New England Ski Resort Season Pass Holders Special call 800-765-7238 or visit www.NorthernOutdoors.com.