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What You'll Get
A white-water rafting trip can be a thrilling way to explore a scenic river, exercise underused limbs, and witness baby sturgeons first steps. Float valiantly with today's Groupon: for $50, you get a ticket for one person to a 12-passenger high-adventure raft trip (up to a $135 value) from RiverRun Rafting & Wilderness Resort in Foresters Falls.
Designating its wilderness resort as a base camp, RiverRun Rafting floats families and friends on fully guided white-water adventures through the Rocher Fendu rapids. A high-adventure trip ($135) gears up the entire 12-body gaggle with all necessary equipment aside from a wet suit and waterproof auto-tuner. Stimulated sojourners can also dock during their lunchtime to gnaw on provided foodstuffs and imbibe the Ottawa River's lush scenery. The eco-friendly escapade ends at RiverRun's private bay, where raftmates can enjoy resort amenities such as the sauna, private beach, and volleyball court. A video replay of the wet trek is included in this package for all to discover who was covertly texting throughout the journey.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Sep 30, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy multiple as gifts. Reservation required. Must be 11 or older. 90lb weight min; 260lb weight max. Valid only in May, June, and September. Extra fee for upgrades. No cash value. Service charge and HST not included. Not valid with other offers. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About RiverRun Rafting & Wilderness Resort
RiverRun Rafting & Wilderness Resort, a once humble 12-raft outfit, has grown into a 165-acre resort that accommodates all levels of outdoorsmen with a variety of lodgings. But whitewater rafting remains the focus of the resort, with guides leading trips ranging from high-adventure surges through foaming rapids to gentle floats down the Ottawa River's middle channel. And because the resort is located on a 4,000-foot stretch of shoreline, each trip ends on the resort's beaches, meaning that rafters get more time on the water since there isn't a second round of transport back to the resort.
River Run Rafting's staff of experts even pioneered a six-person sport raft dubbed the Ultimate Adventure Sports Raft, which is capable of turning back up river eddies, reentering rapids from the side, and suspending atop whitewater the way a surfer rides a wave. Upgrades are available for an additional cost.