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The Evolution of Kayaking, With Bruce Lessels

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How a person gets involved with something as exciting as whitewater can end up being an entertaining and interesting story. I interviewed Bruce Lessels, President of Zoar, to dive into how he got involved with the sport and how it has changed over the years.

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Five Glorious Reasons to Adventure with Dad

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If the fact that your Dad is your Dad isn’t enough of a reason to celebrate Father’s Day, we thought of a few more reasons to give your Pops a gift he won’t forget this year! We don’t just give a card and call it a day for our Fathers, we go all out, we give him adventure and we give him a noggin full of awesome memories he won’t soon forget.

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Henry Walker-West

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This is Henry’s first summer working at Zoar, but he grew up locally and has done Zoar

trips probably at least once a year for his whole life.

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A Geological Tour of our Zip Course

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The Berkshires Mountains, where our zip line canopy tours take place, are not high as mountains go, maxing out at about 3,500 feet, but they've been around over half a billion years, so they hold a lot of geologic history. Find out what treasures you can find while you're exploring the course!

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Back at It!

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Well, that was an interesting winter. I'm not sure we really had winter it was more like a really cold mud season in VT. It's finally April and we are about to hit the road on a sweet kayaking trip filled with kayaking and lot's of it! The gas is cheap, we are young (one of us are) and I have a sweet carbon boat by Feather Weight that has been deprived of kayaking and needs to go get wet.

 

 

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