Slow down, unplug and immerse your senses in nature.
Picture it now: You're wading through an Adirondack river on a beautiful summer's day. The sky is blue. You're surrounded by lush greenery and the only sounds are the bubbling of the river, the birds calling out to each other, and your Adirondack Riverwalking guide opening your eyes to seeing nature in a new light.
Don a pair of waders and step into the Ausable River to take a new kind of journey. Riverwalking will allow you to discover the joy of being in moving water, feel the flowing current, and take in the sounds of the river and the beauty of the Sentinel Range of the Adirondack Mountains.
Our guides will be there every step of the way to assist in opening your senses to the sights, sounds, smells, textures and tastes of the river. Take the time to slow down, unplug, and disconnect; let the river take over, its calming sounds clearing your mind, as you slowly become invigorated, yet relaxed during this unique nature experience in the Adirondack Mountains.
More than two decades of research studies describe a wide range of health benefits from the practice of sensory immersion practices including lowered blood pressure, reduced stress, a stronger immune system, reduced anxiety and greater attention and concentration.
Pre-registration is required and all trips must be booked a minimum of 24 hours in advance. Upon registration, you'll receive an email confirmation including information about our meeting location, directions, what to bring, and what to wear.
Riverwalking groups are limited to a maximum of eight people.