Nothing makes your heart beat faster than your sweetie, right? Wrong. Our zip line canopy tour is the most heart-pounding thing you can do this time of year here in the New River Gorge (unless you want to brave some icy whitewater, then winter/spring rafting actually beats everything on the heart-pounding scale).READ MORE
One of the year’s biggest meteor showers in happening this week, October 20-22 – The Orionids promise up to 20 shooting stars per hour.READ MORE
As Gauley season comes to an end, this weekend Bridge Jam promises to make a great weekend in Fayetteville even better. The fall colors are peaking and the Bridge Jam festival has a star-studded lineup of Bluegrass, Americana, and rock music, plus with craft beer and local food in a beautiful 50-acre setting in downtown Fayetteville on Saturday, October 17.READ MORE
HEY ALL YOU RAFTERS WITH THE GOPRO ON YOUR HELMETS. WE SEE YOU ON EVERY TRIP. YOU’RE MULTIPLYING, BUT WE NEVER SEE ANY OF YOUR FOOTAGE.
What is the hold up?? Did you air paddle the whole time and your video is proof? Did you forget to charge your battery?? What happened? We can’t get enough, so show us your stuff.
WE DARE YOU TO EDIT, UPLOAD AND POST THAT WHITEWATER GOODNESS.READ MORE
Over the past few days in Washington, D.C., Pope Francis has been very busy offering many blessings to those who filled the streets to greet him. Before heading to New York, Pope Francis decided to spend this morning paying respect to the river gods of the Upper Gauley River.READ MORE
The official countdown has begun!! While we’re still living it up in the summer sun, the truth is around here we all live for Fall Gauley Season! We just can’t resist those big hits and massive waves to the face from the Summersville Dam releases! If you’ve never paddled this river, rafting the Fall Gauley is truly an out of this world, cosmic experience.READ MORE
Too many students lack the exposure to hands-on learning in today’s classrooms. As part of a national movement among companies paying-it-forward, the STEM program at ACE helps gets students interested in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics with several programs all located in our private wilderness settingREAD MORE
Somewhere along the way to becoming “grown-ups” we seem to have been taught that play is frivolous and meant for children. That it’s something you do on vacation, or while entertaining small children. This loss of play in our grown up lives is more costly than you may think.READ MORE