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Engaging Your Children in Nature

Almost every Mom or Dad intuitively knows what scientists and education specialists constantly seek to prove. A child that plays and engages in nature tends to be more physically fit, more mentally stable, less stressed, more self-disciplined and more creative. (National Learning Initiative.) However, in this “techno” driven, fast paced, junk food world, it is […]

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Shenandoah National Park

Shenandoah National Park is one of a handful national parks on the east coast. The park is located in western Virginia in the Appalachian Mountains making it central to everything; a couple hours from Washington D.C. and six hours from Greenville, SC. The park, though smaller than others, boasts a range of attractions from the […]

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Boat of the Year: Dagger Stratos

Gear choice of the year for all water lovers, according to Outside Magazine (and us, of course), goes to the Dagger Stratos. Known for its great tracking capability and cutting through large bodies of water, the Stratos falls into a category fit for all. Below is a snippet of Outside Magazines review of the Dagger Stratos, […]

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Black Balsam and Star Shows

Black Balsam Knob under the Perseid Meteor Shower Every year in August, Earth crosses paths with a trail of debris from an ancient comet, creating the Perseid Meteor Shower. On its peak nights, you can usually see 50 to 80 meteors an hour from anywhere in the country. Watching the meteor shower is the perfect […]

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New Dagger Nomad

New Dagger Nomad

With the warm weather rolling in, adventure is calling out our names. Here at Sunrift Adventures, paddling is one of our first loves, and as the summer season is arriving we are loving the New Nomad from Dagger. Below we have a quick and informative review from a good friend of Sunrift, Mark Miller, on […]

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Dagger Axiom Review

For the past year and a half, I have had the opportunity to paddle the Dagger Axiom quite a bit. I’ve been able to race in it, play in it, creek in it, and have the most fun I’ve had in a long while in it. One might say that there cannot be a boat […]

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We are located off highway 276 in downtown Travelers Rest, SC, approximately
three miles north of Furman University or about fifteen minutes north of Greenville, SC.
Store Hours:
Mon-Fri. 10 a.m. - 7 p.m.
Sat. 9 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Sun. 1 p.m. - 6 p.m.