Our Amazing Guides
The Quant family has been helping folks enjoy canoeing and kayaking for almost five decades and we can't wait to share the river with you!
Allan Quant, Lead Guide
Allan has been patiently and enthusiastically helping others learn to canoe and kayak since 1970. He spent 25 years as an American Canoe Association Instructor for whitewater open boats, won first place in his class in the 1987 USCA National Marathon Canoe Championships and has served as the Safety Coordinator for over 50 different week-long river sojourns in Pennsylvania, New York and Maryland. Allan is trained in Wilderness First Aid, CPR, Water Rescue Phase 2, Search and Rescue Tech 2, and as a Leave-No-Trace Trainer. Allan is a former member of the Board of Directors of the Pennsylvania Organization of Watersheds and Rivers.
Betsy Quant, Operations Manager and Guide
Betsy has been sharing the river with others since she and Allan met in college. She is trained in Wilderness First Aid, CPR, Water Rescue Phase 2, Search and Rescue Tech 2, and as a Leave-No-Trace Trainer. Betsy is a former member of the Citizen's Advisory Committee to the Chesapeake Bay Executive Council.
jeremy quant, guide and photographer
Jeremy Quant has been on the river since before he could walk. He has paddled flatwater rivers and lakes from Ontario to the Everglades, as well as whitewater rivers and creeks in Pennsylvania, West Virginia, New York, North Carolina and Tennessee up to Class 5. His adventures have also taken him mountaineering in the Cascades, New Hampshire, Mexico and Ecuador, as well as a solo attempt on Denali in 2008. He is a certified Wilderness First Responder and is trained in AIARE Level 1 Avalanche awareness and rescue. For the past several years, when not on the water he is probably touring and adventuring on his motorcycles.