What You'll Get
For $20, today's side deal gets you a hiking trip to Moxie Falls (a $40 value) from U.S. Rafting. Moxie Falls is located in West Forks, Maine, about 4.5 hours north of Boston, making this excursion ideal for Beantowners looking to get out of the city for a day or a weekend.
With a vertical drop of more than 90 feet, Moxie Falls is one of the largest waterfalls in New England. On your trip, you'll be led on an easy half-mile hike to the top of the falls by a registered guide. Once at the falls, you'll be free to capture the soul of the cascades with your camera, as the scenery lends itself to excellent photo opportunities. Marvel at the Maine landscape, as pine trees rise into the heavens and birds weave in and out of the foliage like Rollerbladers in a traffic cone-dotted parking lot. The trip runs approximately three hours, with hikes held twice every day, from 9:30 a.m.–12:30 p.m. and 1:30 p.m.–4:30 p.m. Hitch on your hiking boots, bring a water bottle, and discover the wild wonder of Moxie Falls and the Maine landscape with a trip from U.S. Rafting.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Oct 16, 2010. Amount paid never expires. Valid only for Moxie Falls trip. Reservation required, subject to availability. Transportation to and from base lodge and registered Maine Guide included. Not valid with other offers. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About U.S. Rafting
Whether cruising along the lower portion of the Kennebec River or crashing through the Class V rapids of the Dead River, the guides at U.S. Rafting treat groups to the varied outdoor adventures of Maine's untapped wilderness. Along with the whitewater odysseys, explorers can hike to the majestic 90-foot Moxie Falls, trade baseball cards with black bears on the Appalachian Trail, and paddle canoes on Indian Pond—a lake that's home to deer, moose, and several species of fish including bass and salmon. Located on the property, the Outpost Lodge accommodates up to 20 visitors in a knotty pine wilderness atmosphere. .