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  1. When it comes to white water rafting in the DC area, there's no bigger challenge than the waters near Great Falls National Park. The rapids are rated from novice to extreme, so there's room for white water paddlers of all skill levels to check out this challenging spot with dramatic views of the cliffs overlooking the Potomac River.

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