lake-george-area.JPGWhitewater rafting is a crazy, wild and outrageous adventure! Lake George, N.Y. - Are you up for an action-packed, adrenaline-infused adventure this spring? If the answer is ‘yes', then a visit to the Lake George Area in New York's Adirondacks is a must! Grab a paddle and brave the whitewater rapids of the Hudson and Moose Rivers.  Snow melt, combined with the Indian River Dam release, translates into Class IV - V waters! Whitewater rafting season officially begins on April 1st and extreme adventure enthusiasts are anxiously awaiting this annual right of passage! Not ready for Class IV rafting? The Hudson and Sacandaga Rivers provide varying water levels at different times of the year.  The Middle Hudson and Sacandaga offer fun-filled Class II and III waters that allow you to meander through calmer waters and still enjoy some of the most spectacular scenery ever. If you are looking for outdoor thrills and adventure - at any level - visit the Lake George Area in New York's Adirondacks for exceptional whitewater excitement! The Lake George Area in New York's Adirondacks is an easy-to-reach, affordable, year round vacation destination for the whole family. For free information on lodging, camping, dining, events, recreation and activities call 800-365-1050 X5100 or and be sure to ask for or download the Whitewater Adventure Guide.


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