Who We Are

Adam Bass

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Adam grew up near and spent his teenage summers along the stretch from Glenwood Bridge to the New Dry Creek Diversion. He has since become an avid whitewater kayaker and has paddled in many locations throughout the Pacific Northwest. Other hobbies of his include mountain biking, skiing and soccer.

He has studied transportation concepts significantly in private engineering practice and as a student at Boise State University and University of Washington. 

On a day off, you might catch me watching a soccer game.

Randy Eggert

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Randy Eggert arrived in town in 1995 to earn his bachelor’s degree in biology education at Boise State University. There he also found a passion for whitewater rafting and kayaking, climbing, backcountry skiing, backpacking, mountain biking and other excuses to head out into the wilderness.

He is grateful to have had the opportunity to hike from Mexico to Canada along the Pacific Crest Trail in 2021. He spent five blissful months sleeping in a different spot each night, savoring sunrise and sunset every day.

Besides guiding, Randy also works in environmental education and does his best to remain worthy of his PCT trail name: “The Science Sloth.”