Whitewater Rafting, Waterfall Hiking – Rainy Day Fun
Whitewater rafting Maine’s Kennebec River, and hiking to Moxie Falls, one of New England’s highest waterfalls. Have fun outdoors no matter the weather with the right gear and the right people!
Kennebec Turbine Test Releases – 2016 Dates
There are ONLY 4 special Turbine Test releases a year – with 8000 CFS (cubic feet per second) of water flowing down river. That’s almost twice the normal water levels of Kennebec rafting trips of 4800CFS! This means BIG water – the biggest water in the Northeast, and the east coast!
Penobscot River Rafting- Scenic Wow Or Whitewater Wow? BOTH!
Nick Menounos really captured the intensity and the beauty of the Penobscot River on his trip this past spring with Northern Outdoors. If you want to see what the river “feels” like from an “in-the-boat” perspective, through some of the biggest rapids and most dramatic scenery, watch this!
Video of the Week: Surfing and Rafting at Nesowadnehunk Falls
Nesowadnehhunk Falls on the Penobscot River is a rapid of pure heart-pumping enjoyment. As you round the corner, a natural ledge lies across the length of the river in between calm sections creating a fantastically fun 12-foot drop. Hold on!
Video of the Week: Maine Whitewater Rafting and the Wounded Warrior Project
Thanks to all U.S. service members and a special shout out to the warriors of Project Odyssey Number 21 that went Kennebec River rafting with Northern Outdoors
Video of the Week: Beat the Heat with Kennebec River Rafting
Maine whitewater rafting is exciting, fun and a great way to connect with the outdoors. Throw some hot weather into the mix and there’s just not a better way to spend a summer day than on a Kennebec River Rafting trip. Sunshine, refreshingly clean water and a boat…
Video of the Week: Maine Whitewater Rafting on the Penobscot River June 6th
The most iconic place to experience Maine whitewater rafting is on the mighty Penobscot River. Mount Katahdin, Maine’s highest mountain, stands as the backdrop as you navigate through some of the most technical rapids in the east.
Video of the Week: Highest Water Yet for Dead River Rafting
This past Memorial Weekend was sure one to remember for those that went Dead River rafting with Northern Outdoors. Originally, we were scheduled for Kennebec River rafting on Saturday and Dead River rafting on Sunday. But due to the extreme high water levels, from the previous night’s rain, we rafted the Dead River on both Saturday and Sunday. A chance like this hardly ever happens!
Video of the Week: High Water Kennebec River Rafting
Kennebec River rafting is always fun. Throw a little extra water into the mix and the trip becomes down right AWESOME! The standard water level for Kennebec River rafting is 4,800CFS (cubic feet per second), and this past weekend we rafted on 8,500CFS of water.