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10 ways to find love in the New River Gorge

10 ways to find love in the New River Gorge

| February 14, 2015

What is the best way to meet your match? Get out and do what you love, and there they will be.

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How I Bike Down to 0 Degrees and Like It

How I Bike Down to 0 Degrees and Like It

| January 22, 2015

“Are you not freezing?” “How do you stand riding when it is this cold?” “You are crazy!” I get these comments all the time.

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Can You Guess What This Used to Be?

Can You Guess What This Used to Be?

| June 21, 2013 | 0 Comments

A 3 year project to build a lighthouse at Summersville Lake is completed tonight.

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Best Job in the World?

Best Job in the World?

| June 10, 2013 | 0 Comments

Guiding’s not on CNN Money’s list of top 10 jobs in America, but most folks consider it the ultimate job if you can take the low pay and smile in all kinds of weather.

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Vous Review

Vous Review

| May 22, 2013 | 0 Comments

Lynn Hill, dyno comp, arm wrestling, juggling, and some climbing at New River Rendezvous X

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6 Hours of Dirt and Bliss on Arrowhead

6 Hours of Dirt and Bliss on Arrowhead

| May 13, 2013 | 0 Comments

Trails so beautiful they need to be ridden for 6 hours straight. Snapshots from the first 6 Hours of Arrowhead.

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The Muddier the Better

The Muddier the Better

| April 7, 2013 | 0 Comments

Team NRG rips it in pink at the Dirty Girl Mud Run

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Clear Skies, Clear Trails

Clear Skies, Clear Trails

| November 29, 2012

Who said this was a temperate rainforest? The weather’s been perfect for a hike to check out last bits of fall color.

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Broken Rose

Broken Rose

| June 5, 2012

The following is an excerpt from Jay Young’s Whitewater Rafting on West Virginia’s New & Gauley Rivers: Come on In, the Water’s Weird, published in 2011 by The History Press. The bateau Rose of Nelson was in trouble. Broached as she was against the rocks in the middle of a Class-IV rapid called Dudley’s Dip in […]

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Drop Me In the Water

Drop Me In the Water

| June 5, 2012

Swimming holes, whitewater runs, float trips, park and play, lake cruising: Take your pick to cool off in the heat of summer. 1. Classic Run: Paddling the Lower New Deep in the New River Gorge careening down the chute above the big hole at Hook 99 rapid, my wife yelled: “Paddle hard!” Her frantic tone […]

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A New River Mountain Biking Primer

A New River Mountain Biking Primer

| September 5, 2011

    The New River Gorge National River is on the verge of having the most trails available to mountain bikers out of any national park in the country. Park staff have completed the environmental assessment for the nearly 105 miles of new and existing trails. And this summer, Boy Scouts and volunteers constructed the […]

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