We guide people. The most obvious way is that we guide them while they are participating in an activity. But it goes deeper than that. We are guiding them to do things that most of them would otherwise never be able to do because they don’t have the expertise, the gear, the access to outdoor places, or maybe even the courage to do it on their own.
On another level, we also want to be the best in our industry and the best we can be. We want to be leaders.
We welcome people from around the world to AOTG. You will be amazed at how many people you meet on our campus from different states, countries, and interesting backgrounds.
Our staff travel the world, following their passion for the outdoors. The experiences, skills, and stories they bring back are part of what makes us leaders.
We are located in one of the most beautiful and special places on earth. It is our privilege share it with others.
It is about more than just sharing this specific outdoor place, though. It is also about sharing “the outdoors”. Spending time outdoors makes us feel better – physically, mentally, emotionally. We enjoy helping people discover that for themselves.
Adventure WV, LLC is committed to providing equal opportunities in both program participation and employment . A positive and deliberate effort is made to involve, recruit, hire and promote participants, volunteers, board members, and staff members on their individual merits without regard to race, color, creed, ancestry, sex, age, marital status, national origin, political affiliation, personal appearance, sexual orientation, family responsibility or physical and mental handicaps. Adventure WV, LLC complies with all state and federal statutes and regulations relating to non-discrimination.
To help ensure a safe, healthy and productive work environment for our staff and others, to protect our property, and to ensure efficient operations, Adventure WV, LLC has adopted a policy of maintaining a workplace free of drugs and alcohol. New applicants and returning employees with a break in service of ninety days or more may be subject to a pre-employment drug test. Drug and/or alcohol testing may also be performed in instances of reasonable suspicion.