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Guided Snowshoe Tours

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Snowshoes in snow

Spend a day in the winter wonderland of the Adirondacks with professional, local Adirondack Guide Dave Skibinski. Together you will determine the ideal distance & difficulty level to create a perfect day that’s specific for your group. You will have the option to summit a mountain, discover a secluded pond or chase waterfalls. Tour times are flexible and sunrise, sunset and moonlit tours are all available options. Give us a call to book or book directly with …Read More »

Ski Rental Reservations Near Gore

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Cloud Trail at Gore Mt

2020 may be a mess but at least we can go skiing! We’ve updated our ski rental process this year to make it even quicker and easier than it was before. Reserving skis saves you a bunch of time on your way to the hill. We do all the adjustments the night before your rental begins, so all you have to do is show up, try on your boots, take your gear and go! If …Read More »

2020 Re-Opening & COVID-19 Info

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Summer Re-Opening Plan Alrighty everyone, this is a long one! Sorry for all the info but holy moly there is a lot to think through right now. As everyone knows, our situation is fluid (pun intended) and we’re hoping to have firmer dates for everyone once our region begins re-opening. Here are details on what we’re hoping to do this summer and when we may be able to begin. We’re going to have to make …Read More »

Hudson River Spring Rafting 101

Posted in General, Rafting

  Welcome to class! Today’s topic is the biggest, the baddest and yes, the coldest, time of year for whitewater rafting– springtime. Hudson River whitewater rafting was born in the spring of the late 1970’s and continues to be a way for the most daring adventurers to test their metal. Many of our customers in the spring are the same groups that come year after year in search of the highest water possible. They are the proof …Read More »

What Should I do if I Fall in Whitewater Rafting?

Posted in General, Rafting

A question we get a lot is what the heck do I do if I find myself on an unintentional swim?  People do fall out whitewater rafting, not every time, not even every other time, but it does happen. Listening to your guide, paddling and being self-aware can help keep you in the boat. But sometimes it just happens. Not to worry, there are ways to get you back into the boat and most people …Read More »

Memorial Day in the Adirondacks

Posted in Adirondacks, General, Rafting

Spending Memorial Day Weekend in the Adirondacks? Make the most out of your weekend with a little adventure, a little relaxation and a lot of fun. There are tons of activities to work for every group size, age range and adrenaline level. Check out our favorite picks for Adirondack Memorial Day activities. Hudson River Gorge Rafting Trip Ok well, we might be a little biased here, but we sure think this is the most exciting way …Read More »

White Water Derby Weekend

Posted in Adirondacks, General, Rafting, Specials

It’s the most wonderful time of the year…Whitewater Derby time! Every year since 1958, boaters have descended on North Creek to paddle and battle their way to the top. With events for kayakers, canoers and spectators alike, the Whitewater Derby has a little something for everyone. So whether you want to test your finesse on the slalom, show off your brute strength and endurance in the downriver or tan the biceps you got from curling …Read More »

How to Dress for Spring Rafting

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Spring Rafting on the Hudson River

No way around it, whitewater rafting in the spring has the potential to be downright chilly. Snowmelt brings us the huge water we love, but that same snow is what makes the water so cold this time of year. The good news is that modern gear can help you stay comfortable while you raft the big stuff. Take a look below to find out the best way to stay warm during your springtime Hudson River whitewater rafting …Read More »

3 Things to do Before Labor Day

Posted in Adirondacks, General, Rafting

rafting sacandaga river

Labor Day and back to school may be right around the corner, but there’s still one week left of our Adirondack summer! If you want to get a few more adventures in before the leaves start falling, Beaver Brook has got your back. We shut down operations on The Sacandaga River as well as the Canoe, Kayak and Tube Center after Labor Day Weekend, but there’s still one more week to get after it! Keep …Read More »

What Should I Take on my Rafting Trip?

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Hudson River Rafting

One of the questions we get most often is what to bring along for a day on the river. There’s a long answer and a short answer for this one. Short answer is, pretty much just yourself! All the equipment you need is provided in your trip cost, so no need to cart along a wetsuit, helmet, paddle, or even shoes of your own. However, there are definitely a few items to bring along that …Read More »

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