Jim Sullivan walks us through our top-selling Werner paddles in The Outfitters Shop at Zoar Outdoor. Learn what we like about these three paddles and why they are so great for running rivers in our area.
Fall is a great time for beginner and experienced kayakers alike to take to the river. With fewer crowds, warm days, and the changing leaves, it's truly a magical time out on the water. With just a few weeks left of guaranteed water releases, we still have plenty of opportunities for you to get out on the water.
Come immerse yourself in fall this year with a trip through the changing leaves on our Zipline Canopy Tours! With prices as low as $69 per person on weekdays, it's a great time to take in the views of the valley from your perch high up in the trees. While you're here make sure to stop and enjoy some of these other great fall activities the area has to offer.
Coming to Zoar Outdoor this fall is a wilderness survival course designed to introduce you to building survival fires and shelters as well as to help you identify wild edibles and medicinal plants. Basically, an intro to how to stay alive in the wilderness should you find yourself lost or alone in the heart of it.
If you're curious about whitewater kayaking, this is the best weekend of the summer to give it a try! These playful whitewater kayaks are a blast, and we're ready to give you the foundation of skills in a comfortable and supportive learning environment. Click Here
Every year, for one day, we get to one of Vermont’s hidden gems - the West River. The West River is a perfect mix of adventure and leisure - it has a little bit more adventure than the Zoar Gap and is a little mellower than the Dryway.