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Hiking and Rafting Glacier National Park

Adventures in Good Company

Glacier National Park is truly one of the crown jewels of the National Park System. It has long been famous for having more glaciers than anywhere in the lower 48, and while there has been significant glacial melting in the past 30 years, they are still magnificent. The park is also known for an astounding array of jagged peaks, wildflowers, and abundant wildlife.
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Slackpacking Maine

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The Appalachian Trail truly has mythic status and for many of us, hiking it is a dream. But then we look at the reality of it and find the prospect of carrying a 40-50 pound pack on our back and sleeping on the ground rather daunting. Solution? Slackpacking! We cover the same distance as backpackers, but at the end of the day we return to a comfortable hostel with beds and hot showers. In contrast to the Georgia section, this section is flatter but the terrain and footing makes it more challenging. And we end the trip with climbing Mt Katahdin, a more significant climb than any we do in Georgia.
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Alpine Backpacking in the Snowy Range

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The wild west is full of granite spires, crystalline lakes, and cowboy sunsets. Wyoming is home to one such well kept secret, Medicine Bow National Forest. Here you can walk among fields of brilliant wildflowers with everything you need on your back, warm your feet by an open fire, and relax at the end of an invigorating hiking day with a mug of hot chocolate. Backpacking done right! After a few nights in the wilderness, unwind at the legendary Vee Bar Ranch. This trip is perfect for any hiker or backpacker wishing to refine backcountry camping skills and for those hoping to just enjoy alpine beauty.
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Slackpacking Maine

Adventures in Good Company

The Appalachian Trail truly has mythic status and for many of us, hiking it is a dream. But then we look at the reality of it and find the prospect of carrying a 40-50 pound pack on our back and sleeping on the ground rather daunting. Solution? Slackpacking! We cover the same distance as backpackers, but at the end of the day we return to a comfortable hostel with beds and hot showers. In contrast to the Georgia section, this section is flatter but the terrain and footing makes it more challenging. And we end the trip with climbing Mt Katahdin, a more significant climb than any we do in Georgia.
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White Mountain Holiday

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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.
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Boundary Waters Canoe Adventure

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Fall is the best time to adventure here when the summer crowds and mosquitoes are gone, and the leaves are just starting to turn. Whether new to paddling or already experienced, you will delight in the pristine lakes, quiet campsites, and the serenity offered by this wilderness area.
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Exploring the Big South Fork

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Tucked in a remote corner of Kentucky and Tennessee is a geologic and natural wonder. The Big South Fork, overseen by the National Park Service as a natural river and recreation area, is full of waterfalls, soaring cliffs, caves, sandstone arches, forests, rivers, and lakes. Don't miss discovering this truly unique destination.
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Death Valley: Hiking Dunes, Canyons, and Badlands

Adventure Women

Explore Death Valley National Park in 2021 with AdventureWomen! Hike to high peaks, walk along the lowest point in the United States, visit ghost towns, explore canyons, and take in spectacular sunrises and sunsets all while enjoying comfortable hotels to round out each active and adventurous day.
Arizona Sonoran Desert Sampler

Arizona Sonoran Desert Sampler

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Horses - riding - hiking and culture: Nestled on the outskirts of Tucson the Tanque Verde Ranch is an ideal setting for exploring the surrounding mountains and desert landscapes. With day trips to hike Madera Canyon, visit the funky artist town of Tubac, traverse Mt. Lemmon, and opportunities to ride and relax at the ranch, these five days together will surely go by too quickly. For the artists in the group, the guides will also provide sketching opportunities and instruction to create a custom souvenir that captures this memorable experience.

Memphis and Nashville with Gutsy Women

Gutsy Women Travel

Highlights & Inclusions

  • 5-nights Hotel Accommodations
  • 6 Breakfasts, 1 Lunch, 2 Dinners plus 2 Food Tours
  • Sightseeing as per itinerary
  • Local Leader and Insider Experts
  • Taxes
  • Hotel Napoleon, Memphis
  • Gaylord Opryland Hotel, Nashville
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Rafting and Hiking Cataract Canyon

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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.
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White Mountain Holiday

White Mountain Holiday

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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.