Wildland Trekking Guided Hiking Vacations

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First Light at Lipan Point in the Grand Canyon. Photo by Grant Ordelheide

First Light at Lipan Point in the Grand Canyon. 

Go on an unforgettable hiking vacation with Wildland Trekking, which offers tours for nearly anyone who loves to hike in world-renowned, breathtaking landscapes including the Grand Canyon, Havasu Falls and Sedona's red-rock country. Its expert guides make for a fun, unforgettable experience. Choose from a variety of national park adventures. The comapny offers additional trips to national parks across the country and world. 

  • Backpacking Trips: Get ready to really get off the beaten path and experience solitude, wildness and adventure. Try the stock/porter supported trips for a backcountry experience without a heavy pack.
  • Basecamp Trips: These vacations are perfect for people seeking an outdoor experience but with showers and comfortable amenities.
  • Inn-based Trips: These fantastic stays cater to guests interested in staying at lodges or cabins while going on great hikes.
  • Winter Snowshoeing and Cross-Country Skiing Trips: Get out and explore the parks when the crowds are long gone. Winter is a magical time to experience the parks' beauty without having to share it with the crowds.

For more information:
800-715-4453
International: 927-379-6383
www.wildlandtrekking.com

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