Mar 18 thru Mar 31, 2014
Tuesdays and Fridays from 6-9pm. Reservations required. No experience necessary. All equipment and instruction provided. We specialize in beginner instruction and guided tours so that you can focus on having fun. Moving quietly through the water allows many opportunities to view wildlife for those who are willing to slow down and look around. Great Blue Heron can usually be spotted fishing in the shallow water near shore, but by far the most conspicuous wildlife that we observe on these trips are beaver. Beaver are the largest rodent in North America, and their size never fails to impress people who haven't had an opportunity to see them up close. The shorelines of Lake Hope are full of the signs of the beavers characteristic industrious nature, and an unexpected tail slap mere feet from your kayak is sure to catch your attention. This adventure takes approximately three hours to enjoy at a leisurely pace, and reservations well in advance are encouraged for best availability. Small groups, 10 maximum, but usually smaller groups of 3-6, help to make sure that everyone has an opportunity to experience the quiet, peaceful feeling of remoteness and solitude that this trip can provide. For Questions or Reservations email dylanclimbhocking.comor call740-664-5220in-season 740-590-8232off-seasonWebsite powered by Network SolutionsRappelling is the act or method of moving down a steep incline or past an overhang by means of a double rope secured above and placed around the body, usually under the left thigh and over the right shoulder, and paid out gradually in the descent.
Cost: $75 per personContact:
Earth, Water, Rock: Outdoor Adventures
24898 Big Pine Road