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Rolling on the River: A Gluten-Free Whitewater Trip Through IdahoGluten-Free Living Magazine May, 2014
"This is the best of two worlds, where a full day of activities ends with an epic dinner prepared by someone else. Kitchen duty? Not here. Breakfasts are as abundant as lunch. Both gluten-free and regular pancakes and waffles are made to order on separate grills with separate utensils. Eggs, bacon, cold cereal, including a well-marked gluten-free variety, and fresh fruit are ready by the time we've had the morning's first cup of coffee..."
Thomas Jeﬀerson Kitts Goes RoguePlein Air Magazine January, 2014
A Guide to Rugged RoadsWall Street Journal August, 2013
Here's a look at several outfits that focus on adventure travel and older vacationers.
5 Ways to Adventure in North AmericaRecommend Magazine July, 2013
ROW Adventures, rated one of the “Best Adventure Travel Companies on Earth” by National Geographic Adventure magazine, features a variety of white-water rafting trips, but its Salmon River rafting trip, Riviera of the West, stands out because of its “diverse characteristics…it’s not the cold, rainy trip some might expect from a trip to the Northwest,” says Mychal Ferger, director of public relations for the company...
Work Out While Seeing the WorldStar Tribune May, 2013
“You don’t have to be an athlete, you don’t have to be in top condition, you don’t have to go jogging three miles a day,” said Peter Grubb, president of Idaho-based ROW Adventures (www.rowadventures.com). “We have, I would say, something to cater to just about any sort of physical activity that people want.”
An Alternative Way to Experience the Galapagos IslandsTourism Review Online Magazine April, 2013
Anyone who has been to Ecuador’s Galapagos Islands or ever dreamed of going there has a pretty clear understanding that the experience is stacked heavily in favor of the rare and endangered wildlife as well as toward the protection of one of the most fragile environments on earth. Human access is carefully controlled, with the vast majority of visitors spending all but a tiny part of their visit there on a small-ship educational cruise with guided Zodiac excursions to specifically designated landings and trails along the shores of islands they are licensed to visit.
Hiking Beyond Borders in the BalkansThe New York Times March, 2013
"Peter Grubb, the owner of an Idaho-based outfitter called ROW Adventures, sat in the corner flipping through maps under the lone working light bulb. We were in Room 305 of Hotel Rosi, a bright yellow block of a building in Gusinje, a predominately Muslim community in the former Yugoslav republic of Montenegro. South of here, a rocky trail climbed steadily into a vampiric maw of limestone peaks. Tomorrow we would follow that trail and slip virtually unnoticed into Albania..."