Nate began guiding in 1997. What started as a summer job turned into a career and life. When not running the rivers in the Adirondacks, Nate and Becky enjoy exploring other rivers around the country.
Mandy was born on the Youghiogheny River in western PA. Her Dad was a river guide and she accompanied him on more trips as a youngster than she can remember. She's new to the Hudson, but the river is in her blood.
After spending many years high in the mountains of random countries, Nick eventually decided to dive into the world of whitewater. With just a few years under his belt he's already trying to run every river he can. If he's not on a peak or on a river you might find him actually working Environmental, Health and Safety for a power plant in the Northern Catskills.
Greg has been guiding rafts since 1997. He does many of our overnight trips on the Hudson, and is licensed on the Moose River too. Greg has experience running rivers all over the country.
Brian began his whitewater career in 1997 as a kayak instructor, and started guiding rafts in 2004. When Brian's not working his real job on the river, he likes to spend his spare time teaching high school.
Nick fell in love with whitewater on a rafting trip on the Housatonic river in CT. After organizing several trips for friends, he became licensed in Maine and then New York. Nick also works full time as a Physical Therapist.
Mark "The Professor" Erler has been guiding since 1998. He is very knowledgeable in all aspects of the river environment and is sure to keep you entertained. Mark works on the ski patrol at Gore Mountain in North Creek, the first ski patrol in the US.
Originally a city boy from Chicago, this urban buck found the missing part of his soul in the ever churning world of white water. When not dressed in a tie and button down shirt, shaping the delicate minds of local children, Eric can be found hiking into and hucking himself down some of the sweetest pieces of whitewater the Adirondacks has to offer.
Ian Wolfgang Landenberger, aka Wolfie, started guiding in 2016 and fell in love with the way of the river guide. When not on the river, you can find Wolf working races at Gore Mountain or tending bar at Basil & Wick's Restaurant.
Jason started guiding on the Sacandaga River near Lake George in 1998, eventually guiding the Hudson as well. Jason works as a Field Technician for an environmental quality company during the week. Jason and his family live in Saratoga Springs, NY.
Jason is an experienced woodsman that is new to the river. 2014 will be his second year guiding, but he has already proven himself on some of the highest water of 2013. A native Adirondacker, avid outdoorsman, and self-employed logger, Jason is sure to teach you some things you never knew about the Adirondacks.
Evan is going to have to live to be 300 years old to check everything off his to-do-list. Born and raised in North Creek, but now a world traveler. Always a good day with Evan on the river.
Joe has rafted the Animas River in Colorado, the Main Salmon in Idaho and the Nile in Uganda. He received his NY State guides license in 2004 but spent several years in Montana where he guided day trips through the Alberton Gorge. When not on the river or helping to raise his 3 beautiful kids, Joe provides adventure-based programs for adolescents in substance abuse treatment and he is also a part-time ski instructor at Gore Mountain.
A man of many talents, Frank has had a career in the Navy, is a pilot and owns two planes, is a high school science teacher, guides full time in the summer and is on the Gore Mountain Ski Patrol in the winter. Frank guides day trips and overnight trips on the Hudson.