Author: Colleen oneil

When the last tourists pack up their coolers and picnic blankets to drive out of Ohiopyle after Labor Day, summer officially turns into fall. This cool, quiet season is time to repaint storage buildings and repair rafts. But for some guides, it’s time to kayak...

Fall is here, and that means crisp, cool weather, harvest festivals and beautiful drives in the Laurel Highlands! This is the perfect time to explore southwestern Pennsylvania and its natural beauty. Celebrate fall [caption id="attachment_16484" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Ears of corn at Fort Ligonier  Days.[/caption] This season is jammed...

We did the trip on the Upper Yough River. It's actually in Friendsville, MD not Ohiopyle. First off, this is a very challenging river. Don't let it be your first time on whitewater and don't go if you're not able to manage the physical exertion...

You're on a long ride, cranking up a hill. Heart pumping, legs strong, totally in the zone. Except for those creaks and squeaks coming from your bike. Those bike noises are more than annoying - they're your bike crying for help! Here's how to diagnose...

We're finalizing our brewery list for Beer & Gear 2017, and this year's lineup is looking better than ever! Joining us for the annual celebration of bluegrass, boating gear and local beer is Pittsburgh's Grist House Craft Brewery....

Curious about whitewater rafting on the Cheat River? Coming on a trip with us at Wilderness Voyageurs and looking for some info about the Cheat? Here's a fun video from a beautiful Cheat trip in 2015 to show you our favorite river in West Virginia!   The Cheat River...

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Our Cuba bike tours are truly unique and special experiences, full of learning opportunities, sights, and history. Check out some reviews from guests who've been to Cuba!...

When people think of Cuba, they envision bustling Spanish-style cities, cigar shops, classic cars, and beaches with clear blue water. With all these other attractions, it's easy to forget about the Cuban natural environment. On parts of our Cuba Clásico Bike Tour and Quintessential West...