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If your looking to Step Up your White Water Game, look no further than Wilderness Voyagers located in Ohiopyle, PA! Our Learn to Kayak instruction takes place on the Middle Yough, Class I and II whitewater and is perfect for anyone getting into the...

Only 30 minutes from Ohiopyle State Park and 15 minutes from Deep Creek, MD, your World Class White Water Trip is just minutes away! Wilderness Voyageurs Guided Raft Trips are in a League of Their Own with our Experienced Crew. Take a trip down the...

Last weekend I competed in back to back endurance mountain bike races. The first was the Big Bear 2X12 at Big Bear Lake Campground, just a few miles south of Ohiopyle. The race was a two person 72 mile relay with laps around Big Bear's awesome twisty single track. My friend Rob and I...

This years Beer and Gear Festival was another huge success! With beautiful summer weather and ground breaking attendance, Garrett Street was slammed with well over 800 PEOPLE ready to sample micro-brews from across the State. Wilderness Voyageurs would like to thank everyone who came out this year,...

As part of our annual Beer and Gear Festival, Wilderness Voyageurs will be hosting a Vasque Sponsored Trail Run. This event is Open to the Public where a 5$ Entrance Fee will be donated to Friends of Ohiopyle (FOO), a Local Conservation Group that...

After a year of waiting, our 9th Annual Beer and Gear Festival is finally here! Starting at 3 PM on Saturday, June 19th, brewers and boozers from across the state will find their way down to Ohiopyle for a day of Family Fun. ...

Ohiopyle is Summer Thrills Central Bike Tour Season is finally here! Our first trip of the year set out on Sunday completing day 1 of 6 in our Great Alleghany Passage tour from Pittsburgh to Washington DC. With tornado warnings to the north and flood watches...

It was another big day on the Upper! After a week of continuous rain and heavy, natural flow, Fridays Deep Creek release of roughly 600 CFS brought the river up to an exciting 2.5 feet, making some of the rivers low-water lines a bit gnarly....