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Wilderness Voyageurs

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Ohiopyle, PA, USA
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About Wilderness Voyageurs
Ohiopyle based full service outfitter, whitewater rafting on 15 rivers in Pennsylvania, Maryland and West Virginia. Youghiogheny River, Cheat River and Savage river rafting trips. Learn to kayak, mountain bike or fly fish with us in Ohiopyle. Fully supported Inn to Inn Bike Tours throughout the US.
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Clint H wrote a review 10 May
Butler, Pennsylvania79 contributions15 helpful votes
I have gone on many Wilderness Voyageurs trips. This time we went out for opening day. We went for the opening day special. The weather was very cold but that didn't slow down our good time. Our guide was fun (Tom). Hearing his stories about becoming a raft guide were interesting. Generally the guides provide corny jokes after the rafting but it seems they have cut that out.
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Date of experience: April 2021
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Lance wrote a review 6 May
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Got to shoot down the Upper Yough with a grizzled man of a guide on the first dam release of the season! Stellar time of heart thumping, rushing river, nature absorbing, classic fun. If your around these parts, 100% take a day to voyage it through the wilderness of Appalachia with these folks!
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Date of experience: April 2021
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LucyTownUSA wrote a review Apr 2021
Jamestown, New York15 contributions6 helpful votes
A shout out to tour guide Mark who helped us repair a blown bike tire in Easton, MD on his day off from leading a group. What a nice guy and a great representative for the Wilderness Voyageurs company. He gave us a catalog of available trips and we will definitely look into booking a tour in 2022!
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Date of experience: April 2021
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Hattie U wrote a review Mar 2021
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We did the Suncoast tour in the Tampa area the end of Feb/early March. Lots of beautiful, easy riding mostly on trails. Went thru Tampa, St. Pete, St. Pete Beach, Safety Harbor, De Soto Island, Gulfport, Harpon Springs, etc. Trip was great. Very well organized, ample food for snacks and lunch while riding, lodging good. Tour guides Paul and Josh were terrific, providing any needed support and lots of info on the area. We did a tour of the Dali Museum in St. Pete on afternoon off which was a highlight. This was our 5th trip with Wilderness Voyageurs - any we will do more!
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Date of experience: March 2021
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MikeMehary wrote a review Oct 2020
Amityville, New York198 contributions24 helpful votes
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The Gettysburg 4 day bike tour was wonderful, as were our guides, Dave & Dave, and they did a great job dealing with the COVID issues. The first day was a guided bike tour of Gettysburg by the sage veteran guide Bruce. Oh, what you didn't know about the Civil War! A glorious breakfast at the Brafferton Inn, day 2 was exercise day with 42 miles of rolling hills and beautiful countryside, making our elegant dinner, replete with a tour of their grand wine-cellar at the Antrim 1844, all the more delicious. Day 3 was another eye-opening history lesson at Antietam with 2-time Afghanistan vet, now retired Colonel Laura providing the gory details. Another great night at the Bavarian Inn; plenty of cowbell. Perhaps the best ride (not counting history) for almost 20 lazy miles along the upper Potomac River, with a delicious lunch while strolling around historic Harpers Ferry, WV. Highly recommended.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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