Monthly Archives: October 2011
There’s something visceral about strapping on a helmet, bracing your feet in the raft and digging deep into the Gauley River with your paddle. Just watch David Hall explain. This is his story. Continue reading
Sometimes you just can’t get enough of a good thing — like rafting the Gauley. Just the idea of it sticks in your mind long after your trip is over and you carry it around with you in your waking hours. Jeff Fischgrund knows what we mean. This is his story Continue reading
When you break it down, a day of flying along a zip line, suspended above good old West Virginia mountains, makes it almost impossible not to have a great time.
But guess what? It can be even better. Read on to learn these five simple tips to help you get the most from your zip line tour. Continue reading
Those of you who’ve rafted beneath the bridge know how spectacular the view can be from other vantage points. Here’s the insider information on the best ways to the see the New River Gorge Bridge. Continue reading
Your river guide is the number one variable that makes your Gauley trip (or any other rafting trip, for that matter) a success. Your guide is the font from which all river knowledge flows, your captain in the maelstrom. But they weren’t born that way. Continue reading