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Inn-to-Inn Walking Tours Around New England

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

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;

North Conway, New Hampshire
Guided walking tours of varying lengths in Maine, New Hampshire, and Vermont. North Conway, NH. 800-869-0949;

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;

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;

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;

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.

Updated Thursday, April 26th, 2012

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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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