Monthly Archives: September 2011
The Gauley gets under your skin. Some days you’d swear it was flowing in your veins the same way it flows through the mountains of West Virginia. Clay Wright knows. He’s been at it for almost thirty years. This is his story.
Everyone’s always talking about what to bring on your Gauley rafting trip, what to wear, what to eat, how to behave and so on. What about what not to bring? Continue reading
The treehouse platforms are almost done as well. Once they’re finished, one deck from the tower will take you to a 250-foot sky bridge. The other will take you to “The Plunge,” a guest favorite from our original tour. Continue reading
If you miss our new cornbread salad on your rafting trip, no need to fret. We’re sharing the recipe so you could try it at home. Continue reading
Gauley Season 2011 is upon us and for those of you who’ve been before you know what that means – ACE’s Annual Surfin’ Sunday Contest. Continue reading
“Terminal Velocity” is ACE’s eighth and newest zip line. At 800 feet long and 120 feet high, that’s more zipping goodness for good for you. After that take a 250-ft sky bridge to dual treehouse platforms to parallel plunge rappel lines. Sound good? Yeah, we thought so, too. Continue reading