"a mind that is stretched by a new experience can never
to its original dimensions". Oliver Holmes
Most High Adventure Outfitters - Indiana
KAYAKS AND CANOES
- Sit-on-top kayak (1): The name says
it all; you sit on top of the kayak.
Generally, they are more stable than
sit-in kayaks. However, speed is
sacrificed for stability.
- Sit-in kayak (2): You guessed it! You
- Swift water canoe: These canoes are
more maneuverable in moving waters
and provide necessary stability.
- Expedition Canoe (3): A bit more
girthy, these canoes can carry a load
(when camping), but they remain easy to
paddle. Very comfortable while carrying
- Paddles and PFDs: We provide
high-end, comfortable gear. Our paddles
are made of lightweight aluminum; forget
about bulky plastic paddles. PFDs are
universal, so wearing those orange
choker vests is a thing of the past.
We can provide a boxed lunch for
$9.50 per person...you need
some fortification on your
excursion, after all! Our boxed
lunch comes with a small cooler,
a re-freezable ice pack, and
includes the following grub:
- turkey & cheese on wheat
- lettuce, tomato, mayonnaise
- bag of chips or pretzels
- a cup of applesauce or fruit
- (1) 20 oz. water
- (1) 16 oz. Gatorade
What YOU Provide
There are no fashion police on our trips! Please make sure the
clothing you bring is season-appropriate and comfortable. No
cotton, is the best advice for what to wear. Cotton shirts, while
comforatble, STAY wet when wet. We recommend some type of
Footwear, however, is most important. NO FLIP-FLOPS should be
worn. Some type of strapped sandal, OLD tennis shoes, or river
shoes are recommended.
Finally, bring water! Dehyrdration can ruin your day, so keep
- Full-suspension bike (4): When riding
on some tough trails, a full-suspension is
the way to go. With front and rear
suspension, this bike allows you to
negotiate logs, rocks, and tree roots on
some tough single tracks.
- Hardtail bike (5): With only a
front-suspension and a stiff "tail," these
bikes are durable and withstand a large
pedal force to create speed. However,
they have less give, which makes riding
tough trails a bit more uncomfortable.
Ideal for easy to moderate trails though.