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Appalachian & New England Walk

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This adventure through Northeastern USA allows you to explore the twists, turns, valleys and peaks of America's oldest and most popular mountains, the Appalachians. You'll also explore the many mountain ranges of Vermont, New Hampshire, Maine and Massachusetts on our guided day hikes, including Franconia Ridge. Soak up the stunning scenery as you hike wooded valleys and undisturbed forests along the best trails in New England. Autumn transforms the rich foliage of the best preserved forests of New England to stunning crimson and orange. This tour is a dream for hikers and nature lovers.

  • Days 1 Boston

    You've arrived in Boston, a city which played a key role in the American Revolution. Before a welcome meeting at 18:00 hrs tonight, why not discover this historical city at your own pace? Accommodation: Hotel included | Meals: Paid locally

  • Days 2 Stowe

    En route to Stowe, you stop at the fully functional Sugarbush Farm to sample fresh cheeses and maple syrup (with the opportunity to purchase). Next up, Stowe lies in a broad, fertile valley between Mount Mansfield and the peaks of the Green Mountains to the west, and the Worcester Range to the east. You have the opportunity to taste your way there with stops at Ben & Jerry's, Cabbot Cheese and Lake Champlain Chocolate Shop (own expense). Stowe will be your base for the next two nights, where it's easy to fill your time with a walk by the river or explore the local crafts and cuisine. If you would prefer to hit a nearby trail, you also have this option. Accommodation: Camping included | Meals: Lunch and dinner included

  • Days 3 Stowe

    Today you can stretch your legs on a full day hike (18 km) on the Worcester via Skyline Trail. Wildlife is commonly spotted along the trail, including moose and bears. This primitive yet sublime trail is rated as strenuous but as soon as you set foot on the trail, your efforts will quickly be rewarded with some of Vermont's most scenic ridges. The trail will lead you through mossy forest floors, rocky outcrops and miles and miles of pure, unadulterated hiking pleasure. Trail: Worcester via Skyline Trail (returning along same trail) Mileage: 11.4 miles (18.34 kms) Altitude change: 4,258 feet Duration: 6-7 hours Rating: Strenuous Accommodation: Camping included | Meals: Breakfast, lunch and dinner included

  • Days 4-5 White Mountains National Forest

    You'll walk the backbone of the Northern Appalachians, the White Mountains of New Hampshire. Many of the trails here are above the timberline, offering wonderful views of this impressive range. On arrival, you delve straight into the beauty of this area with a planned hike to Lonesome Lake. The trail leads to the southern end of Lonesome Lake with an additional 0.5 miles to an Appalachian Mountain hut and the option of extending further. Most of the trail is tree covered so will be shaded from the sun, making it even more of an enjoyable experience. Trail: Lonesome Lake (loop trail) Mileage: 3.1 miles (4.82 kms) Altitude change: 1,033 feet Duration: 3 hours Rating: Moderate On day five you have the option of hiking the Franconia Ridge trail which starts right at your campsite. Rated as one of the best in New England, you'll have the opportunity to scale three peaks (Little Haystack, Mount Lincoln and Mount Lafayette), all of which offer wonderful views. This area is well known to hikers all over the world, both for its stunning scenery and constantly changing weather. Challenge the elements here or catch the Cannon Mountain Aerial Tramway, which began operating in 1938 and was the first passenger aerial tramway in North America. From the top, there are panoramic views of three states, so it is mostly definitely worth a trip. Trail: Franconia Ridge (round trip) Mileage: 9 miles (14.48 kms) Altitude change: 4,000 feet Duration: 8-10 hours Rating: Strenuous Accommodation: Camping included | Meals: Breakfast (x2), lunch (x2) and dinner (x2) included

  • Days 6-8 Baxter State Park

    You travel from one of the most well-known segments of the Appalachian Trail, to the most pristine. Baxter State Park is home to Mount Katahdin, the finishing point of the 3,500 km long Appalachian Trail. Wander and enjoy the largest of the most remote wilderness areas in the eastern USA. Here you can truly get away from it all on footpaths that wind through undisturbed forest and along the crystal-clear lakes and streams of northern Maine. Keep both eyes and ears open for the chance to encounter some of the wildlife that thrives here. This tranquil wilderness is virtually untouched since the days of the first settlers, over three hundred years ago. As you pause to reflect on the solitude of this beautiful place, it's hard to imagine that two-thirds of America's population lives within a day's drive of the Appalachian Trail. Ton day seven you hike Mt Katahdin via Hunt trail, which is a strenuous hike with more than 4,150 ft. elevation gain and taking approximately 10 hours. The rewarding views on this trail are some of the finest in New England, but should only be attempted by those fit enough. Trail: Mt Katahdin via. Hunt Trail Mileage: 9.26 miles (14.90 feet) Altitude change: 4,150 feet Duration: 10 hours Rating: Strenuous Day eight is a nature trail to Daicey and Kidney Ponds, with the Appalachian Trail running through a section of it. It is rated as easy with little to no elevation difference. Canoes can be rented after a couple of miles for a very different and unique experience, or you can simply sit back and admire the views. Trail: Daicey & Kidney Pond Mileage: 2 miles (3.21 kms) Altitude change: n/a Duration: 1.5 hours Rating: Easy Accommodation: Camping included I Meals: Breakfast (x3), lunch (x3) and dinner (x2) included

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  • Two night stay in Acadia National Park on Mount Desert Island
  • Charming backroads and small towns of New England
  • Wildlife viewing and birdwatching opportunities
  • Scenic day walks and hikes in and around Stowe, White Mountains, Baxter State Park and Acadia National Park
  • Drive up Mount Battie for 360 degree views over Camden
  • Outstanding New England fall foliage (Sept-Oct)


9 nights camping with equipment (except sleeping bag) and 1 hotel night. For your own tent request our optional Solo Sleeper (see 'Dates and Prices' tab)

Ekstra information

  • White Mountains Cog Railway US$69-$75
  • Bike rental - Acadia US$20-$25
  • Sea kayaking - Acadia US$50
  • Fishing Trip from Acadia US$100
  • Whale watching at Bar Harbor/Acadia NP US$59
  • Canoeing in Baxter State Park US$1