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Wilderness Voyageurs

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Ohiopyle, PA, USA
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About Wilderness Voyageurs
Ohiopyle based full service outfitter, whitewater rafting on 15 rivers in Pennsylvania, Maryland and West Virginia. Youghiogheny River, Cheat River and Savage river rafting trips. Learn to kayak, mountain bike or fly fish with us in Ohiopyle. Fully supported Inn to Inn Bike Tours throughout the US.
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James C wrote a review Yesterday
4 contributions1 helpful vote
I've been out with Wilderness Voyagers a couple of times now. Their operation is a well oiled machine. It's nice having the brew pub across the street after a day on the river. This time around did the Middle Yough section with my 8 year old. It was very tame. I chose a guided trip, mostly for the convenience of having a lunch provided. Would definitely do this section independently next time.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Martha A wrote a review Sep 19
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania1 contribution
I did the Easy Rider 3 Day Bike Tour!!!! Everything was perfect, all meals, lodging and especially the guides. Looking forward to doing another one next year!!
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Robert K wrote a review Aug 2020
Columbus, Ohio7 contributions1 helpful vote
My wife and I did the Pittsburgh-to-Washington D.C. bike tour. FANTASTIC! Total mileage about 320 miles. Did about 130 miles on the Great Allegheny Passage (GAP) rail-to-trail to Cumberland, MD where we picked up the Chesapeake-Ohio Canal towpath and did 187 to Mile Marker zero in D.C. GAP Trail was a cinder trail. The towpath was roughy and bumpy in sections. Definitely need a mountain bike or trail bike. We used Wilderness Voyageurs’ rental bikes. We were very pleased with the quality of their bikes and it was nice not worrying about transporting and using our own. Highlights included: Eastern Continental Divide, Mason-Dixon Line, Antietam Battlefield, crossing The Potomac on historic White’s Ferry, and Harpers Ferry, WV. There were lots of tunnels, and 74 locks on the canal. Accommodations and food were excellent. We especially enjoyed our stays at The Summit Inn and The Bavarian Inn. Guides Josh and Megan were absolutely wonderful and did everything to make our experience memorable.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Jennifer W wrote a review Aug 2020
Altoona, Iowa3 contributions
We canNOT say enough positive things about our recent bike tour from Pittsburgh to DC with Wilderness Voyageurs!! The scenery was beyond beautiful and the support along the route made for an amazing time! We rented bikes and were very pleased with the quality and fit! The ride with GPS app was very helpful for pointing out points of interest and finding our way! We did NOT go hungry - the food was great! We WILL be traveling with Wilderness Voyageurs again! While I am certain that all of the guides are fabulous, I wish that we could have the Dream Team of Megan and Josh again as they absolutely made the trip!!! This trip is NOT for the beginning cyclist! Our enjoyment and success was due to our training and miles on the bike prior to this tour. Our guides were SO helpful and supportive and you do NOT need to go fast, but do yourself a favor and train - it will make your experience that much more enjoyable! Enjoy the ride - it isn't a race so be certain to stop and take it all in - swim in the Yok, go off the rope swing with the camp kids along the train, stand in the waterfall, and take the selfie with a turtle on the trail! GO ON THIS TRIP - we loved it!
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Lensdrug wrote a review Aug 2020
59 contributions12 helpful votes
We used WV to shuttle us to Falling Water. Steve was a great help understanding the local topography and environment. Made our day!
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Date of experience: August 2020
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