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April rains are helping to dissipate the snowpack

The Saco crested at about 2′ above flood stage this past weekend after some heavy rain and snow-melt. There remains a lot of snow in our campgrounds and much more at the higher elevations, spring is taking hold in the Mount Washington Valley. It has been a cold and snowy winter that started early. The…

River conditions are really good right now

It’s in August! River conditions are really good right now. The great thing about Saco Bound day trips is the section of the river on which we operate. When it’s low, the water recedes into a channel. The river becomes more narrow as it shrinks into the deepest part of the riverbed. When it’s higher…

Safety is the most important aspect of our business

First a little too dry, now a little too wet. Looking ahead conditions on the Saco River should be great! The muggly and unsettled pattern that we have been stuck in for the past week as dumped several inches of rain in the Saco making the water pretty high. The river has come up several…