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Are you new to multi-day bike touring? If so, don't worry! We have a great variety of trips that are perfect for your first time on a bike tour....

Ohiopyle is the perfect spot to take a microcation, since it's just a one-hour drive from downtown Pittsburgh, and three hours from Cleveland or Washington, D.C....

As we continue to monitor the quickly evolving developments surrounding COVID-19, we thought we would take a minute to share with you what is happening here in Ohiopyle!   Wilderness Voyageurs is a family owned and operated business, and one of our top priorities is the health...

Wilderness Voyageurs is Ohiopyle's oldest whitewater rafting outfitter, and the best place to go rafting in Ohiopyle! Our history on the Youghiogheny River goes way back to 1963, when Lance and Lee Martin took the first trip down the Yough. First off, let’s talk about the...

This fun, short summer road trip from Pittsburgh winds through three states. You'll see an awesome variety in landscapes and ecosystems along the way....

During the bike tour season, Wilderness Voyageurs bike tour guides are busy riding bikes, driving vans and putting together gourmet picnics. But what do they do in the off season? And what are they doing now, while we take a momentary pause from everything? We...

There are lots of reasons we enjoy going on a bike tour. The feel of the wind on your face as you cruise down a sweet descent. The sense accomplishment after a long day in the saddle. The joy of immersing yourself in new scenery...

Riding a bike isn’t always smooth, but that can be part of the fun -- if you're prepared! Here's some advice to help you ride on rough surfaces—from cobbles to gravel to potholes—so you can navigate them with ease. Gravel   If you have a gravel or "adventure"...

Wilderness Voyageurs on the Great Allegheny Passage   If you've ridden the Great Allegheny Passage in Ohiopyle, you've been just a stone's throw away from our home base here at Wilderness Voyageurs. Our outfitter has been in Ohiopyle (at mile 72 on the GAP!) since 1964, and...