Cataract is an old fashioned word for waterfall - so you are headed down "Waterfall Canyon" from the safety of a professionally guided woman-powered boat. This section of the Colorado river is a perfect place for beginners or more experienced paddlers - there is something for everyone. This trip is suitable for any woman who is a confident and comfortable swimmer who is enchanted by the magnificent southwest desert. Spend your days basking in the sun on the boat, learning about the geology and history of the red rock canyons as you float peacefully by.
The White Mountains of New Hampshire were once called the “Crystal Hills” by the early settlers due to their granite faces that reflected sunlight in the valley below. They have been drawing tourists since the mid-1800s when most visitors made the trip from cities by train or horse-drawn carriages. At that time, families came to the Whites to spend a month or more enjoying the fresh air, wonderful hiking and lofty vistas. This trip is designed to give you an overview of what is available and introduce you to the diversity of the Whites. Hiking is the most traditional sport in the area and with over 1,200 miles of trail to choose from, the options are endless. We'll also take advantage of favorite local activities: kayaking the Pemi and biking the (downhill) biking trail, visiting the Flume and exploring the historic Mount Washington Hotel.
Just two hours outside of Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming lies the spacious Bitterroot Ranch, a dude ranch close to where the legendary Butch Cassidy had a hideout! The ranch is a family owned and operated retreat center. Unplug and reconnect with the natural world while staying as busy or as free as you'd like. Resident wrangler and owner Hadley is also a certified yoga teacher with a dedicated yoga yurt on property- namaste cowgirls! Each day will be a 'choose your own adventure' buffet of riding, hiking and fishing, with delicious western cuisine in between.
The Canyons are Calling and we must go! Join us on this primarily hiking adventure in Northern Arizona and Southern Utah to explore many of the regional canyons rich in Native American history and culture. History buffs will delight in the Route 66 nostalgia, and the cool towns we stay in. We’ll hike seven or more canyons on this trip, breaking it up with a rafting float in the Colorado River. Oh! The places we’ll go and explore in this gorgeous region of the American Southwest!
Join us as we experience the 'Crown of the Continent' in Glacier National Park's pristine forests, alpine meadows bursting with wildflowers, rugged mountains, and spectacular lakes. We'll hike in the most beautiful areas, white water raft on the Flathead River, hike some more, kayak on beautiful Swiftcurrent Lake, and you have the option of a two-hour horseback ride! Come find out why Glacier National Park is one of the most photographed parks as well as one of the most loved. Beautiful British Columbia Aug 8 - 15, 2021 for a back to back adventure with a discount!
Mountains were made to move you. Come remember what freedom feels like. Colorado isn’t just a place to visit. It’s a place where you feel alive. We spend much of our time hiking in the Rocky Mountains. We’ll visit Crested Butte, where the whole town is a National Historic District.
New Mexico, the Land of Enchantment, is conveniently adjacent to our favorite part of Colorado – the San Juan Mountains. This is a perfect playground for Canyon Calling adventurers who love the multi-activity format of our trips. We’ll hike and explore old west mining towns. We’ll soak in hot springs, explore ancient ruins and visit galleries and museums in Santa Fe and Taos. A highlight is our stay is in Georgia O’Keefe country where we form a deep appreciation of the red canyons, magical mesas and soft light that Georgia O’Keefe loved so deeply.
The Rocky Mountains of Idaho are perfectly suited to Canyon Calling’s multi-activity vacations. Idaho is known as the Gem State because of the wealth of natural resources extracted over the years. However we think that the real gems are the rivers and mountains. Our white-water rafting trip on the Salmon River is one of the best rafting trips in the US.
Travel to Oregon with AdventureWomen for an exhilarating all-women’s lodge-to-lodge whitewater rafting trip on the stunning Rogue River!
The Rogue River was one of the original eight rivers named by Congress in the Wild and Scenic Rivers Act of 1968, and still boasts pristine beauty and the opportunity to unplug and get off the grid.
In Key West, the southernmost point in the US, you can enjoy beautiful beaches and sunsets, discover local wildlife and immerse yourself in maritime, literary and political history. A casual getaway with much to offer the adventurous. We’ll swim and snorkel with dolphins, visit Hemingway’s House, kayak in the mangroves, enjoy a bicycle tour of Old Town, and discover the excellent cuisine of this notorious city.
Looking to relax in the sun? Palm Springs, with 354 days of sunshine per year, might be the place for you. Want some activity and quality time outdoors in this hiking paradise too? Then Palm Springs along with Joshua Tree National Park is definitely for you! The desert offers rare gifts of health-giving sunshine and a sky studded with diamonds. We will stay in and enjoy beautiful Palm Springs, an oasis in the desert with incredible hiking opportunities at Mt San Jacinto and Tahquitz Canyon.
Women’s Adventure Tour of Southern Oregon & California. Outstanding natural beauty and many sites of historical and cultural significance have earned Oregon more designated Scenic Byways than any other state. We’ll enjoy rafting on the Rogue River in southwestern Oregon that flows westward from the Cascade Range to the Pacific Ocean. Known for its whitewater rafting and rugged scenery, it was one of the original eight rivers named in the Wild and Scenic Rivers Act of 1968.