Guided NH & VT Kayaking, Hiking & Snowshoe Tours for Body, Soul & Mind
Guided VT Hiking Tours
Hiking & Snowshoeing We offer hiking and snowshoeing with local, outdoor lovers who’ll take you off the beaten path to explore the more peaceful corners of the White Mountains of New Hampshire and the serenity of the Green Mountains of Vermont. Learn about nature at a slower pace, hear the sounds of the brook waters, see wildlife up close, and smell the flowers while you listen to the history and stories of New Hampshire and Vermont. All our hiking tours cater to a variety of ages and abilities.
Bring a group or join ours! Call 603-638-3017 for the weekly schedule.
Guided VT Hiking Tours – $75, this includes all the necessary equipment, along with lunch, snacks, juice and waters.
Hikes and snow shoe trips always start from the home base. The trips are as close as right out the back door, to as far away as an hour away.
The trail from the home base follows a beautiful brook ravine, where animal tracks and the sounds of the water are included in the natural beauty. There are places to sit and rest along the way. We take you on the roads less traveled, to places less patronized. Sitting back and letting us show you the remoteness and beauty of these ponds and mountains is half the fun!
The trips are geared toward the moderately athletic person, who does some type of regular exercise or daily walking. Rarely do we climb any mountains over 3,000. feet. If your life style does not allow you to get out and move in the fresh air, then before joining us, we suggest, with your doctors approval, that you work up to walking approximately 2 miles or 30 minutes per day. If you are using a treadmill, don’t forget to add some hills to your routine!
Looking forward to guiding your group or having you join one of ours! Call or write for details of our next adventure! Guided VT Hiking Tours
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We offer NH & VT hiking and snowshoeing with local, outdoor lovers who'll take you off the beaten path to explore the more peaceful corners of the White Mountains of New Hampshire and the serenity of the Green Mountains of Vermont.