White Water Rafting in New Hampshire on the Pontook Section of the Androscoggin River

The Pontook section of the Androscoggin River  is an enjoyable Class II/III -white water adventure. This is the perfect trip for families with young children or anyone looking for a great paddling experience. Participants on this half-day white water rafting adventure will have the opportunity to make multiple runs. This Class II/III experience is loaded with great places to swim or float down the Androscoggin river, making the trip that much more enjoyable! There are excellent opportunities for wildlife viewing as well.

We offer several trips on this great stretch of river-

Trip 1- AM Rafting- Starting at 9:30. Make two trips down the river in one of ELC Outdoors Rafts. Light snack provided as well as lunch.

Trip 2- PM Rafting- Starting at 1:00- Make two trips down the river in an ELC Raft. Light snack provided.

Trip 3- PM Inflatable Kayaking- Starting at 1:00- Make two trips down the river in one of ELC’s inflatable kayaks. A great introduction to white water kayaking and a fantastic way to kick the adventure level up a notch.

The Pontook trips runs Saturday, Sunday and select Fridays throughout the summer.
Departing from scenic Milan NH – a short drive from comfortable accommodations and restaurants. White water rafting on the Androscoggin River is the perfect outing with friends, or celebration for a special occasion.

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“The guides at the Enriched Learning Center facilitated a day of white water rafting on the Androscoggin River for 2 of our 12-13 year old groups over the summer of 2012. Instructors and participants both raved in regards to this day, citing it as the favorite activity of the week. AMC staff also noted how well the guides from ELC worked with the teenage population and how the day was the spark for most of the group bonding and development.”

— Colby Meehan, Education Programs Coordinator, Appalachian Mountain Club
Here’s a quick guide to this level white water rafting adventure.

  • Grade 2: Some rough water, maybe some rocks, might require some maneuvering. (Skill level: basic paddling skill)
  • Grade 3: Whitewater, small waves, maybe a small drop, but no considerable danger. May require significant maneuvering.