Author: Wilderness.Voyageurs

This weekend! The snow is returning just in time. Tomorrow Friends of Ohiopyle will be hosting their annual winterfest. Wilderness Voyageurs and Falls City Pub are open all weekend in case your toes get cold. Come out and have some fun!When: February 6, 2009Where: Ohiopyle...

Every year Wilderness Voyageurs takes to the slopes to show that rafts are meant for H2O, regardless of the state of matter. At Hidden Valley Resort, Hidden Valley, PA, we launch guests down a big chute in our whitewater rafts for some silly snowtubing fun!...

Wilderness Voyageur's staff flee Ohiopyle in the winter. A few hardy souls remain, like Kat, Lou, Ben, Heather, Tracy & Bill, but most of the gang head out of town. Morgantown, WV is home to quite a few staff and many others have return to...

I wrote that title and realized it wasn't what i was going for, but hey, it's funny.Really, I'm talking about hype, and - more importantly - deserved hype. All the noise  coming out of the pro-boater community is that the Molan is the next big...

Oh Mother Nature keeps us on our toes here in Ohiopyle! We love her though, and apparently she's feelin' the love because we have snow again! Last night we recieved a little less than 1" here in Ohiopyle, in higher areas there is 2" and we...

Want to ski powder and run world-class creeks in the span of 2 weeks? Usually that doesn't fly on the East Coast, but here in Ohiopyle, anything is possible. Between heavy rain and warm temps melting the snowpack, we've had some seriously high river levels...

With all the natural run off & rain, a group of boaters and Wilderness Voyageurs staff got out for a run on the Upper Yough. The best thing about the Upper Yough in the winter, is you get it all to yourself! There weren't many...

It is soggy. The unfortunate rain and warmer temperatures have put a bit of a damper on ski season here. However in this corner of the world, when the snow goes away the boaters get to play! The Lower Yough is running about 6" and...

Tater Ridge. Who knows what the real name is, but we've been looking at these slopes for years. Last night, we finally got the ski them. The snow is starting to thin and heavy, but the skiing was still fun. Post work. Quick Ski. Then...