Come visit and explore the largest park in the lower 48 states. The Adirondacks cover more than six million acres in upstate New York. Made up of 46 high peaks in the Adirondacks, hundreds of lakes, and a long history this stunning area has so much to offer to any type of adventurer.

On this action packed kayaking tour we will camp on secluded beaches, cook delicious meals, fish for salmon and stretch our sea-legs with lots of games and short hikes. Warm up at night with cozy campfires and star gaze tucked inside your sleeping bag.

Adirondacks

ACTIVITIES

Take day hikes up any of the high peaks or load up your backpack to explore the vast wilderness that the Adirondacks have to offer. Explore the more than 2,000 miles worth of trails twisting through the forests that will lead you to stunning 360-degree summit views. 

Explore Lake Champlain by kayak and camp on islands throughout the lake on a multi-day sea kayaking trip. If you want to explore the sandstone gorge, take the day to raft down the Ausable Chasm.

Arrange 1 or 2 days of Rock Climbing with local guides and get a few from up on the rocks.

Looking for some cultural exploration? Drive an hour north and cross into Canada to explore all that Montreal has to offer. Hike to the top of Mt. Royal overlooking the city, explore the botanical gardens, visit the Notre Dame Church and taste of the local favorites.

Season: May - September

Length:5+ Days

Base Price: $185/Student/Day

Start Location: Burlington, VT or Montreal, QB

 PROGRAM DETAILS

What's Included:

Professional, experience guides who love working with students at a 1:6 ratio

Healthy, Organic, Tasty meals and snacks

All Outdoor Gear 

Round-Trip Ground transportations beginning @ the destination airport

Pre-trip Risk Management/Orientation Call

Lodging

Customized Itinerary


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