Kirks, Did you mean Wilderness Voyageurs for the Yough? Talked with them this afternoon. Seem like good folks. I got the impression they're a big outfit, like ACE is on the Gauley.I'd also recommend Wilderness Adventures over the other outfitters for bike/ kayak rentals, they have a one stop shop for everything, are are great people, and have a sweet bar on the property.
lmyers, Brandon is good people! He gave me some good ideas, too. Said that climbing 14ers is better in Sep, after thunderstorm season, and that snow might block the trails until July or so. Does that sound right?Call Brandon at the Rocky Mountain Outdoor Center
Kirks, Did you mean Wilderness Voyageurs for the Yough? Talked with them this afternoon. Seem like good folks. I got the impression they're a big outfit, like ACE is on the Gauley.
Yep, that's the one. I think they have been around the longest out of all the Yough companies, I believe since the 60's.
Also, if you're in the DC area, once you get the kayaking bug, there are a lot of rivers to hit up next door - including the Potomac below Great Falls. Beautiful gorge to paddle down and only 10 miles upstream of the city. I highly recommend. class II-III at normal summer flows. Little falls rapid below the gorge is also a blast.