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I'm not sure this trip can be described in a short review. So much was packed into the 8 days that it was amazing. The tour guides made the complex arrangements flow evenly and were wonderful. Cuba was an eye opener in many ways. The...

Maryland might seem small, just two miles wide at its narrowest point. But the state's whole 250-mile span has an enormous diversity of ecosystems: coastal saltmarshes, the Chesapeake Bay, forests of northern hardwoods, hemlock, and white pine and Appalachian Mountain highlands. [caption id="attachment_19738" align="alignleft" width="387"] Wilderness...

Many cyclists are used to fueling their rides with manufactured energy foods like Clif Bars, chewy sugar blocks and electrolyte drinks like Gatorade. Many cyclists are also familiar with nagging, uncomfortable stomach issues during long rides or workouts. But by using your own homemade energy...

Summertime is wonderful because it's hot! But cycling in the heat can put you at risk for heat exhaustion or heat stroke. So follow these tips to keep riding strong all summer! ...

This was a great trip. Even though it rained a lot - we still had a great time. Wilderness Voyageurs had the logistics down to a science and we saw many beautiful sights and many awesome little towns. They even added in a couple of short...

History of the Katy Trail: Turbulent Past, Smooth Present Interstate Connector When the Missouri-Kansas-Texas (MKT) rail line joined forces in 1870, it became the very first rail line connecting the state of Texas with other states. Its inaugural roll into Denison, Texas, on Christmas Day in 1872 launched...

What a great trip! Wonderful hilly roads through lovely country. Nice people. Well chosen places to stay and eat. Really interesting tours. Chris and James were fantastic guides. What is not to like? Rating: Excellent ***** Tom Poole Columbus, Ohio...

I thought the trip was excellent, for me and my sister and daughter. Great way to get away, and get a perspective on things. Rise above life's small stuff, and replace it with small stuff. Rating: Excellent ***** Bill Swann Houston, Texas Bike Tour Taken: Cycling Colorful Colorado ...

Heavy rains forced an itinerary change from the Upper Yough to the Cheat River. I had never been rafting before, so imaginably this was initially disappointing. However, it didn't take long to realize that we'd actually lucked out and were able to take advantage of...