West Virginia’s Adventures on the Gorge Announces New All-Inclusive Explore the Gorge Vacation Options

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Package offers choices for travelers seeking dawn-to-dusk adventures as well as for visitors who prefer a more relaxed experience

Adventures include aerial options as well as rafting.

Travel companions can choose their level of activity while at the same time enjoying the all-inclusive amenities and value.

The country’s premier adventure resort, Adventures on the Gorge (AOTG), has re-tooled its popular all-inclusive package, Explore the Gorge, so vacationers can choose just how active they’d like to be during their visit. The package offers choices for travelers seeking dawn-to-dusk adventures as well as for visitors who prefer a more relaxed experience.

AOTG’s Explore the Gorge packages combine adventure activities like rafting, stand up paddleboarding, zip lining, aerial adventures, kayaking, rock climbing and paintball with lodging and meals. In addition to the adventures, Explore the Gorge packages include lodging and some or all meals, depending on the package chosen. Lodging choices include luxury homes, multi-bedroom deluxe cabins with private hot tubs and several other cabin options, hotel suites and campsites.

The two-, three- and four-night vacation packages come in two versions – “Action Packed” and “More Relaxed.”

“Our all-inclusive vacations offer the best value for travelers who want a broad range of experiences, and we know that some of our guests prefer to be always on the go with gusto and some prefer to combine exciting adventures with time to relax by the pool, read a book or just take a quiet hike,” said Brian Campbell, co-founder and chief marketing officer for Adventures on the Gorge. “With these new options, travel companions can choose their level of activity while at the same time enjoying the all-inclusive amenities and value.”

Campbell predicted the “More Relaxed” option will be especially appealing to families and small groups.

Located on the New River Gorge near Fayetteville, W. Va., the resort features rafting trips on two of the best whitewater rivers in the country – the New River and the Gauley River – some of the most distinctive zip lines and aerial adventures on the planet and an array of other land- and water-based adventures such as rock climbing, kayaking, fishing and stand up paddleboarding. Additionally, AOTG offers three full- and two limited-service restaurants, a pool and a fun, casual, relaxed atmosphere that is appealing to travelers of all ages.

All packages are priced per person and do not include taxes or gratuities. Alcohol is not included in the meals. All full-day adventures include lunch. An example of a full-day activity is a river rafting trip. Examples of half-day activities include Kids Camp or one of two zip lines. And sampler activities include guided hikes, the TimberTrek Aerial Adventure Park and rock climbing.

Rates for the two-day Explore the Gorge packages start at $279 for the More Relaxed version and $379 for Action Packed. More Relaxed includes two nights of lodging, one full-day adventure pass, one half day-adventure pass, two breakfasts, one lunch and one dinner. Action Packed includes two nights of lodging, two full-day adventure passes, two breakfasts, two lunches and two dinners. Children 12 and under save $50 on the per person rates.

The three-day More Relaxed package includes three nights of lodging, one full-day adventure pass, two half day-adventure passes, three breakfasts, two lunches and two dinners. Rates start at $399. The three-day Action Packed package includes three nights of lodging, three full-day adventure passes, three breakfasts, three lunches and three dinners. Rates start at $549. Children 12 and under save $75 on the per person rates.

The four-day More Relaxed package includes four nights of lodging, two full-day adventure passes, two half day-adventure passes, four breakfasts, three lunches and two dinners. Rates start at $509. The four-day Action Packed package includes four nights of lodging, four full-day adventure passes, four breakfasts, four lunches and four dinners. Rates start at $699. Children 12 and under save $100 on the per person rates.

Accommodations
AOTG offers accommodations for a variety of group sizes and budgets. High-end luxury homes with multiple bedrooms and spectacular views of the New River Gorge are often the top choice among couples and their families. There are also a variety of other cabins, including deluxe cabins with hot tubs, kitchens and multiple bedrooms. For guests on a budget and for those who simply like to sleep in the great outdoors, there are tent camping sites, platform tents already set up, bunkhouses that sleep up to eight people.

Restaurants and Lounges
AOTG offers three restaurants as well as two popular bars. Smokey’s is a full-service restaurant overlooking the New River Gorge and serving a wide variety of items. Monday “Wing Night” has taken on a life of its own at Chetty’s Pub and is one of the most popular events in the area for both guests and locals. Buffler’s BBQ & Pizza on the Mill Creek Campus is a casual restaurant serving breakfast, lunch and dinner. The Rendezvous Lodge features live music and is the perfect way to end an active day.

For more information and to reserve packages, travelers should call 1-855-379-8738 or visit http://www.adventuresonthegorge.com. Travelers can find out more about Adventures on the Gorge and learn about specials and other offers by connecting on Facebook or Twitter, signing up for AOTG e-newsletter or following the AOTG blog.

About Adventures On The Gorge
Adventures on the Gorge (http://www.adventuresonthegorge.com) is located on more than 1,000 acres along the rim of New River Gorge near Fayetteville, W.V., and borders three miles of the New River Gorge National River.

The adventure resort was selected one of the Best Adventure Travel Companies on Earth in the National Geographic Adventure survey. TreeTops was named one of the Top 10 zip lines in the U.S. by USA Today. Travel + Leisure magazine named Gravity Zip Lines one of the top zip lines in the United States. Garden and Gun magazine described TimberTrek as “Part ropes course, part canopy tour, part circus school.” Canyon Falls Swimming Hole, a 3,000 square foot swimming pool inspired by the natural cascading mountain creeks of the New River Gorge, received a Gold award for commercial pools over 2,000 square feet in the Region II/Mid-Atlantic from the Association of Pool and Spa Professionals.

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