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Winter in the Wild

Ohiopyle is the Destination for Winter Fun!

Winter Activities

Snow Tube Rentals

Hit the slopes instead of the waves!

Our 41″ diameter tubes are the perfect way to get outside and play in Ohiopyle. The Sugarloaf sledding area within Ohiopyle State Park is just minutes from downtown Ohiopyle. Reserve one to enjoy during your Ohiopyle stay today!

a group of people riding on the back of a boat

Hiking in Ohiopyle State Park

Ohiopyle State Park has more than enough hiking trails to satisfy your average outdoor enthusiast. With over 90 miles of hiking trails, you will need to spend a few days in the park if you want to hike them all.

The trails range in difficulty from easy to hard. Some of the trails can be completed in less than an hour and others may take the better part of the day.

a snow covered bridge

Summer Activities

Rafting Trips

White Water Adventurers is located inside of Ohiopyle State Park alongside the Youghiogheny River and in the middle of western Pennsylvania’s best known outdoor adventure destination. Plus we’re only 2 hours from Pittsburgh!

WWA offers something for all skill levels!

Lower Yough: Great for new and experienced rafters

Middle Yough: Family friendly Middle Yough is right for everyone

Upper Yough:
Extreme adventure for experienced rafters

Two people in a faltable raft paddling on white water rapids

Ohiopyle State Park Fishing

Fishing in Ohiopyle is one of the most popular activities in Ohiopyle. Fishermen come from all over to try and tempt that trophy trout onto the hook in our world-class trout waters. The Pennsylvania Fish & Boat Commission recently placed the Middle Yough as the second best trout river in all of Pennsylvania.

The most popular species of fish in the Yough River are various trout species, including Brown, Brook and Rainbow, and Smallmouth Bass. It is not uncommon to land a 20″ trout from the Yough.

The Yough has many undiscovered and off the beaten path fishing spots. The Yough will reward fishermen who dare to walk a little further and go where few other people go.

There is nothing better than a day on the river. Except, maybe, a day on the river with a fishing pole. The Middle Yough offers the avid fisherman a relaxing day of uninterrupted bliss. Rent a raft from White Water Adventurers, Inc. and we will transport you and your gear upstream to Confluence, PA, where you can float and fish your way back to Ohiopyle. Shuttles run daily at 8:00 am from Memorial Day to Labor Day. Arrangements can be made for transport earlier in the day or during the spring and fall.

Trout in the Yough

Biking in Ohiopyle State Park

The seasons come to life along the converted railway beds of the Great Allegheny Passage, a 318-mile system of biking and hiking trails. There are no tall buildings to obscure your view or traffic noise to block out the sights and sounds of Mother Nature.

The riverside trails are relatively flat, (approximate 3% grade) which makes for easy pedaling for all ages and athletic abilities. The trails are marked every mile for your convenience.

We now offer e-bikes that allow bikers to pedal as little or as much as they want. These electric bikes can literally take the leg work out of a long ride on the GAP trail. With various speed settings, our ebikes are a fun option for anyone!

Ride as far as you like before returning to home base in Ohiopyle. Arrangements can be made to return bikes after hours for evening rides. We rent bikes of all sizes for all ages. We even have pull-along carts for the young ones.

When you are ready to take on a biking experience in Ohiopyle, make sure to stop by White Water Adventurers for your bike needs.

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The World-Renowned Frank Lloyd Wright home, Fallingwater is located only a few miles from Ohiopyle in the beautiful Laurel Highlands.

Fallingwater house built by Frank Wright. Frank Wright built a house known for the water fall beneath. It is surrounded by green trees and the stacking stories are square and stacked at an angle from each other.