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Inn-to-Inn Walking Tours Around New England

Inn-to-Inn Walking Tours Around New England
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by in May 2012

A number of New England-based outfitters offer guided and self-guided inn-to-inn walking tours. Prices vary depending on length of tour, whether guided or not, and accommodations.

COUNTRY INNS ALONG THE TRAIL
Brandon, Vermont
This one has been around since 1975 and offers a wide selection of Vermont tours, including ones that feature locally grown foods. 52 Park St., Brandon, VT. 802-247-3300; inntoinn.com

NEW ENGLAND HIKING HOLIDAYS
North Conway, New Hampshire
Guided walking tours of varying lengths in Maine, New Hampshire, and Vermont. North Conway, NH. 800-869-0949; nehikingholidays.com

WONDER WALKS
Bristol, Vermont
Walking (and winter snowshoe) tours in the Adirondacks, White Mountains, Berkshires, Vermont, and Martha’s Vineyard. 2619 Monkton Road, Bristol, VT. 877-897-7175, 802-453-2076; wonderwalks.com

BREDESON OUTDOOR ADVENTURES
Norwalk, Connecticut & Bridport, Vermont
Guided walking (and winter snowshoe) tours in Europe and the United States, including treks in leader Deborah Lewis’s “backyard” of Connecticut, Maine, and Vermont. 14 Cliffview Drive, Norwalk, CT; 595 Forrest Road, Bridport, VT. 866-533-4361, 203-840-0295; bredeson.com

MAINE HUTS & TRAILS
Springfield, Maine
Not an outfitter, but worthy of mention. Three year-round backcountry lodges that come with heated bunkrooms and meals along the self-guided 30-mile backcountry trail in Maine’s Carrabassett Valley region. 375 North Main St., Springfield, ME. 877-634-8824, 207-265-2400; mainehuts.org

Please Note: This information was accurate at the time of publication. When planning a trip, please confirm details by directly contacting any company or establishment you intend to visit.

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One Response to Inn-to-Inn Walking Tours Around New England

  1. Victor Johnson May 18, 2015 at 5:50 pm #

    I’ve never even considered the notion of hiking from one inn to the next an option whilst exploring New England, as I’ve always been one to assume a tent would suffice but this sounds like a much more comfortable way to feed my need for exploration.

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