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First off, I'm happy to announce that as of last week, Incredible Adventures has brought on an awesome new General Manager, Daniel LaPierre (more info on him soon)! In the meantime, Incredible Adventures is still looking to fill some key positions in our office, and we want YOU to come join our te ...
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Despite the freakishly warm weather in San Francisco, our summer season at Incredible Adventures is officially at a close! We welcome the shoulder season, as we ease into winter both here in San Francisco, and out on the road in Yosemite National Park and in Wine Country.Our Yosemite 1-Day , Mui ...
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As a sustainable business, Incredible Adventures is committed to minimal waste and maximum community support. This year we've undertaken several projects to assure that we're doing our part:You may remember we posted a special on our site right after the Napa Earthquake offering a percentage of our ...
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On October 7th around 2:30pm, a wildfire was reported in the Western portion of Yosemite National Park on El Portal Road between the park boundary near Yosemite View Lodge and the Arch Rock Entrance. Spreading quickly, the Dog Rock Fire had reached 130 acres in the first day. By Wednesday, the fire ...
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Incredible Adventures is looking to fill several positions in our office, and we want YOU to come join our team!We're looking for a General Manager (hiring now, must be fully trained by the end of the year), a Sustainable Fleet Manager (hiring ASAP), and a Head Reservation Speciali ...
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Climate change is real, and people ARE paying attention.Tomorrow, over a hundred world leaders in many fields (including President Barack Obama) are gathering for a Climate Summit at the UN headquarters in New York to begin work on a global agreement to address climate change. The Climate Summit' ...
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Being sustainable in this industry is difficult; there's a lot of waste inherent in travel. One of the major issues we face as a green business is what to do with all of our lightly used (and sometimes more than lightly used) gear. Providing camping trips in Yosemite (and adventurous experiences a ...
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News broke Sunday, September 7th about a fire sweeping through Yosemite National Park (now being called the Yosemite Meadow Fire). Though there are many wildfires every year, this one got quite a bit of coverage by the media because nearly 100 people needed to be airlifted off of Half Dome ...
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Bad news for couch-potato drinkers.A new study called "In Vino Veritas" was presented on September 2, 2014 at the ESC Congress by Prof Milos Taborsky of the Czech Republic. This study showed that though wine DOES protect against cardiovascular disease, it only works if you exercise. The theory of he ...
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At 3:20am Pacific time on August 24th, a 6.0 earthquake rumbled its way through northern California, centered almost right on top of famed wine region Napa Valley. While earthquakes are fairly common in this part of the country, this Napa earthquake was the largest of its kind in 25 years in our are ...
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