whitewater rafting Tag

If you’re looking for adventure in Pennsylvania's Laurel Highlands, look no further than the little town of Ohiopyle. With a tiny year-round population of under 100 people, Ohiopyle is a small town with huge potential for outdoor recreation. The borough of Ohiopyle is surrounded by...

Ohiopyle is a small town, a large state park and an ideal destination for outdoor fun, 20,000 acres of playground await you. Bike, hike, climb and float, whatever your style, there is something here to entertain you and get your outdoor groove on....

Don’t let summer slip away! If you haven't come to Ohiopyle yet for an adventure, here’s a checklist to get you started on the fun before Labor Day weekend rolls around! ...

When the last tourists pack up their coolers and picnic blankets to drive out of Ohiopyle after Labor Day, summer officially turns into fall. This cool, quiet season is time to repaint storage buildings and repair rafts. But for some guides, it’s time to kayak...

We did the trip on the Upper Yough River. It's actually in Friendsville, MD not Ohiopyle. First off, this is a very challenging river. Don't let it be your first time on whitewater and don't go if you're not able to manage the physical exertion...

  The magnificent Cheat River flows from five major tributaries (Black Fork, Dry Fork, Glady Fork, Laurel Fork, and Shavers Fork) which originate in the rugged Monongahela National Forest and join to form the main river stem near Parsons, West Virginia. From Parsons, the scenic Cheat flows nearly...