kelly was very helpful in getting us in on our short visit to the area. Butch our guide was excellent in giving us insights on other attractions in the area and making sure we were comfortable during our atv trail ride. we only did a half hour but that was good for us for now. We will be looking into coming back for some snow mobile riding with butch in the near future
We had a BLAST! Outback Kayak is a family run business that treats each customer like old friends. They went above and beyond to give give us a great adventure. We enjoyed it so much we went twice in one week. Kelly, Butch and Jack (The owners) are amazing. In these dark times (Covid) they were a bright Light. We made memories that will last a lifetime. We will definitely be back. All our best, Jackie and family.
These guys some of the best we have ever used on Groupon. Great customer services. Kelley is amazing! Very fun tour. There were 6 of us at various skill levels. They tour guides went out of their way to make sure that everyone had fun. We had a 1-hour tour. At no point did we feel rushed or that we were on a clock. Plus, they were covid-19 safe. Buy with confidence. You won't be disappointed.
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About This Deal
Half-Hour Beginner ATV or Snowmobile Tour
Need To Know
Promotional value expires 180 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires.Must call for reservation. Helmets must be worn and are included. Must pay $20 insurance fee. Each person has their own ATV. Ages 13+ can drive ATV. Additional $20 insurance fee for children aged 13-17 driving their own ATV. Not valid for groups larger than 3. Must sign waiver. Limit 20 per person, may buy 20 additional as gift(s). May be repurchased every 30 days. Valid only for option purchased. 250 lbs. max weight. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Out Back Kayak
From their home base in the heart of New Hampshire’s White Mountains, Out Back Kayak’s guides let their adventurous spirits run wild on kayak, ATV, and snowmobile tours. Off-road vehicles' treads easily navigate 80 acres of forested terrain along the Pemigewasset River, where kayakers paddle through churning Class I, II, and III rapids. From beaches and islands to wooded ravines, the natural surroundings also serve as an arena for paintball, in which competitors tag their opponents with biodegradable paint to simulate the way real soldiers sew Kick Me signs onto their enemies' shirts.