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Serious rafting 30 minutes from Boston

Posted by guest  April 16, 2010 11:46 AM

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Starting tomorrow, April 17, you can go on a rollicking good ride on the Concord River, just north of Boston. Zoar Outdoor, known for their rafting trips down the Deerfield River in central Mass, is starting their guided trips on the Concord for the season for any one 14 years and older. For the price of $82, you can rip through three major class III and IV rapids — Twisted Sister, Three Beauties, and Middlesex Dam. Zoar supplies all gear.  All you have to do is show up and get ready to scream.
 
Steve Jermanok blogs daily at www.ActiveTravels.com


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