Wilderness Voyageurs

Original post over on the work blog.We've been discussing doing some trail work for a few years. Yesterday we finally got started.The Lytle connector is a piece of trail that goes up from Lytle Road to Presley Ridge Trail. Clearing it off has been on Ohiopyle...

The Shivas are here!  We got all three sizes of Pyranha Shivas in stock.  I have tried both the large and the medium.  I am around 5'10" and weigh in at svelte 200 lbs.  I thought the large would be it for me, but I thanks to the indomitable John...

Eric Martin, one of the owners of Wilderness Voyageurs, took part in the Trail Town Sustainability Summit. Read what they had to say "After a warm welcome from Cathy McCollom, director of the Trail Town Program (and fair-trade coffee from Reilly’s Best in Ohiopyle) Eric Martin...

Our brewing brothers to the north are making the trip on June 18th to bring us their beverages from the mystic realm.  Touting some of the most sought after beers in the market, Voodoo has the kick in the pants beers that the true beer...

Hailing from Monroeville, Rivertowne Pour House has developed to fill a niche in the Western Pennsylvania craft world.  Offering 14-18 different styles throughout the year, there is plenty of variety for all palates.  Offering that many beer choices, we are eager to find out what...

Finally, summer can officially begin now that Friday night loop runs on the lower Youghiogheny River have begun. We had a terrific group of Wilderness Voyageurs staff and a few new participants to joined in on the fun. What a terrific way to start off the holiday weekend....

“Rock Bottom Brewery in Homestead, PA, part of a national chain of brewery restaurants, has been proudly brewing locally inspired beers for the Pittsburgh market since its founding over 10 years ago. Recently, Rock Bottom has expanded its brewing operations and you are able...

Based out of the Wilderness Voyageurs store in Friendsville, MD a group of friends were out to fish Garrett County’s finest Trout Streams. Too much rain recently so the Casselman, Upper Yough, Savage, and North Branch of the Potomac rivers were all high and off...