Thursday, 29 April 2010

Loose Moose eat shoots and leave(s) for the cameras

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Gorham's coach tours have a 94% chance of seeing a photo-friendly moose or two

There is more chance of seeing a moose on the loose while taking part in a Gorham Moose Trail tour than basking in sunshine on a visit to the beach!
The 174-year old town, nestled in the Androscoggin Valley and adjacent to the picturesque Presidential Mountain Range, have a 94% successful sight rate when it comes to close encounters of the Moose kind.
Gorham is surrounded by the White Mountain National Forest and the spectacular Mt. Washington and Great Glen Outdoor Center are only eight miles away.
Tourists should not miss the unique opportunity to take the Gorham Moose Tour in search of the giant of the North Country and other area wildlife, including deer, osprey, eagles and more.
Climb on board a comfortable, air-conditioned, 15 or 21-passenger tour bus for a 3-hour tour along the picturesque Androscoggin River and into the 13-Mile Woods Area. There are daily tours throughout from May to October and evening tours almost every night of the week.
Tickets are available at the Gorham Information Booth and reservations are recommended. 2010 rates are $25 per adult; $15 per child, ages 5-12; $5 per child, 4 & under. For information or reservations, call 603-466-3103 or toll free 877-986-6673.http://www.mtwashingtonvalley.org/newhampshire/attractions/gorham-moose-tours.cfm

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