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Housatonic River Whitewater Rafting
White water Rafting Connecticut

Bull's Bridge, Connecticut: Through April 15th 2013

Bulls Bridge Whitewater rafting the spring runoff through Bulls Bridge Gorge is not for the apprehensive. For most of the year, the Gorge is left dry due to a 2-mile bypass canal. But normal spring runoff flows into the gorge, creating Class V white water rapids among the most difficult in New England. In 1984, North American Whitewater became the first commercial outfitter to pioneer these rapids.

With a short walk across the street, your 8-mile, adrenaline rush begins in scenery nothing short of spectacular...Boiling whitewater, an old covered bridge, cascading waterfalls and the riverside Appalachian Trail. After a brief shuttle ride back to the base at the well-known Bulls Bridge Inn, you will sit down to a wonderful 3-course dinner, reflecting on the day's excitement with your fellow rafters.

Rapid Info

River: Housatonic, Bulls Bridge
Difficulty: Class IV-V
Length: 8 miles, 2.5-3 hrs
Location: Kent, CT
Season: Spring
Minimum Age: 16
Rafts: 6-8 + Guide

Raft in Maine on the Kennebec River, Dead River or the all new Canada Falls.

Includes: Snack & Dinner
$90 ~ Fri-Mon (April only)

Feel free to give us a call at 1-800-RAPIDS-9 for reservations, help and advice or if you'd like more details on Maine whitewater river rafting & white water rafting vacations in Maine.

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