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How far can you walk?

I believe that traveling under your own power and at your own pace opens up an opportunity to connect more meaningfully with the world and those with whom you are traveling.   Many of the options for Hiking and Walking Tours include overnight accommodations at some of the most beautiful resorts in the country.  You are able to go Hiking at your own pace, and if you have a group of 6-10, we can customize a trip for your group.  Here are just a few examples: California's Yosemite Walking & Hiking Tour -  Half Dome, El Capitan, Yosemite Falls—legendary landmarks in an epic park whose grandeur is almost overwhelming. Soak up sublime vistas from Glacier Point. Marvel at soaring granite cliffs that were once likened to Gothic cathedrals. Behold towering sequoias. Welcome to Yosemite National Park:  Experience spectacular hikes to alpine meadows, waterfalls and jaw-dropping panoramas.  Gaze skyward on a walk through a grove of giant sequoias, Yosemite's ancient trees. Explore the endless trails of Tuolumne Meadows, a glacier-carved area over two miles long. Discover the impressive rock formations for which Yosemite is known, including world-famous Half Dome

Sedona Walking & Hiking Tour - Meet Sedona. A surreal red-rock country. Crimson cliffs and towering rock spires shift colors as the sun passes. Dry heat gives way to a brilliant display of twinkling stars. Hike through a vast vortex canyon. Slip into relaxation mode with soothing spa treatments and luxurious retreats.Marvel at mesmerizing red-rock formations and endless blue sky from luxurious desert hotels. Explore art galleries and shops in enchanting Sedona, surrounded by canyons and desert scenery. Experience a landscape of time-carved geologic features and painted with colors that must be seen to be believed. Hike to Boynton Canyon's famed vortex site where twisted trees and strange rock formations pique the imagination.

Montana's Glacier Walking & Hiking Tour - Fifty miles of superlative scenery on Going-to-the-Sun Road. Sixty-two species of mammals, from pygmy shrews to majestic mountain goats and grizzly bears. More than 260 species of birds, 780 miles of trails and 10,000 years of natural history. And some spectacular national park lodges. It all adds up to one incredible story to tell. Venture through stunning national parks and two countries on one phenomenally exciting trip—don't forget your passport! Embark on unforgettable hikes through verdant scenery flanked by towering mountain peaks and snowfields. Travel the Going-to-the-Sun Road as it winds up and over the Continental Divide, showcasing incredible scenery and engineering. Encounter wildlife at every turn, including bighorn sheep, mule deer and possibly a grizzly or black bear.

North Carolina's Blue Ridge & Tennessee's Smokies Walking & Hiking Tour - Witnessing the dark-blue tint of the Blue Ridge Mountains from a distance and smoke-like fog rolling over the Great Smoky Mountains in the wee morning hours—just two reasons this is one of our favorite hiking destinations. Once you've explored the rhododendron-shaded trails, felt the mist of waterfalls on your face and witnessed the rolling valleys and majestic peaks of the Appalachian Mountains, we're willing to bet you'll add them to your favorites list. Explore the breathtakingly beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains with spectacular waterfalls, oak and pine trees, and endless vistas. Follow wooded trails in Great Smoky Mountains National Park, home to elk, black bears and over 200 bird species. Kick up your feet and relax on porch swings at charming cabins tucked into forest settings and sit down to fine southern cooking. Hike through high-country alpine forest, along pristine streams and rivers, and amid natural beauty along the Appalachian Trail There are many more options throughout the country, and I hope these ideas have started you dreaming about your next vacation, hopefully, later this summer.  Just drop me a note or give me a call. I'll be happy to help you find your Hiking and Walking vacation.

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