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Thanks for a great 52nd season of rafting and paddling with our team here at Wilderness Voyageurs! We are noticing more and more of you are carrying portable video devices to record and document your trips.  We'd love to see your stories! Send them in for a chance to win a Wilderness...

  The magnificent Cheat River flows from five major tributaries (Black Fork, Dry Fork, Glady Fork, Laurel Fork, and Shavers Fork) which originate in the rugged Monongahela National Forest and join to form the main river stem near Parsons, West Virginia. From Parsons, the scenic Cheat flows nearly...

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From Railroad to Rail-Trail: The Rio Grande Trail More than 100 years after its founding, the path of the Rio Grande Railroad continues to transport people through the beautiful Rockies. However, today the people are traveling under their own power. Thanks to a combination of funding...

It was my good fortune to be part of the Cuba Classico Tour this year. I really enjoyed the riding aspect of the trip. However, what I enjoyed the most was the education I received while in Cuba. Experiencing how another culture does things differently was...

My husband and I rode the Katy Trail in Missouri during the first week of October in 2014. It was a great week. Our guides, Kevin and James, could not have been more attentive and good-humored. The accommodations were top notch and the meals and...

This was the fourth bicycle trip my wife and I have taken with the same group of people and Gary Smith as our guide. Despite concerns with Wilderness Voyageurs, we will continue to take your trips as long as we can have Gary Smith as...

Our recent bike trip on the Katy was a fantastic family adventure. We haven't stopped talking about the trip since our return. Plenty of interesting sites and plenty of wildlife - especially squirrels. Kevin and James were great giving us support when we needed it and...

Coming from New Hampshire, the April bike ride along the 'Gold Coast' of Georgia was a great way to get a head start of the biking season. The brochure did say beginner, but it was still less biking than I had anticipated and more time traveling...

We chose the Gettysburg & Civil War tour because I've been very interested in Civil War history. The tour guides did not disappoint and seeing the battlefields helped me to better understand the scale of the battlefields. The roads between places were fantastic both for scenery...