I have to say the experience exceeded my expectations in every way. John & his guides were amazingly attentive, doing their utmost to customize the experience for each guest. It was great to meet new people sharing an adventure. Sharon from Boston
Killington, Vermont (PRWEB) April 21, 2015
Appalachian Trail Adventures Hiking Spa (ATA) is excited to announce their affordable guided Hiking Vacation. After receiving a high demand, ATA developed a vacation for those outdoor enthusiasts seeking a combination of outdoor activities and indoor spa pampering for hikers. ATA provides the guided hikes, transportation, breakfast, lunch, and accommodations starting at the spectacularly low rate of $232.00 per night. In addition, a variety of à la carte options exist, such as massage, yoga, cooking classes, tennis lessons and horseback riding. The accommodations, breakfast and lunch are provided by the Summit Lodge while for dinner hikers dine at the Foundry Restaurant located on the Summit Pond.
With over twenty years of experience ATA handpicks their hikes out of the 1,000 miles of trails in the Green Mountains of Vermont with the best scenic mountain vistas, waterfalls, historical features, and lakes for hikers of all abilities. In addition, they hike along the Appalachian Trail and Long Trail, the oldest long distance hiking trail in the country. In the Fall, some of the most spectacular foliage hiking in New England is offered.
Daily, ATA offers guided half day or full day hikes along the Appalachian Trail. The half day hikes are followed by an afternoon with a variety of options, such as: kayaking either on a lake or flat water river, a caving trip, an excursion to local attractions or a visit to the villages of Quechee, Manchester, Weston, or historical Woodstock. Some of the attractions include the Vermont Country Store, Vermont’s largest corn maze, world famous Cabot cheese tasting facility, Quechee Gorge, and much more. ATA’s season runs from Memorial Day weekend through Columbus Day weekend.
To learn more visit our webpage appalachiantrailadventures.com or contact John.