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Vermont Profile (June through October) 
  Scheduled trips: Please contact us to set up a custom trip!

  Trip Cost: $1,895 - (6 Days/5 Nights). There is a $200 single supplement charge

  Moderate to challenging. Group size - 2 to 8.

Vermont Cambridge
  Hike in Vermont's Mount Mansfield and Stowe area. A place of steep mountains and high waterfalls.
  Named for the distinctive features of the state's highest summit, Mt. Mansfield, this trip offers some rigorous hiking options as well as the usual superlative back roads and footpaths that we are known for. We also enjoy some of our most amazing picnic spots!

    There are challenging hikes, such as the Stowe Pinnacle, Long Trail to Mount Mansfield Summit, Long Trail to Sterling Pond, and Lake Mansfield-to-Taylor Lodge; and easier walks like: the Stowe Recreation Path, Prospect Rock, Moss Glen Falls, the Trapp Family Lodge trail system, the Ranch Valley loop near Mount Mansfield, and wonderful Stowe-area back roads, plus much more.
Vermont Stowe
    Although the mountain summits dominate the area's scenery, the valley below also creates pleasant landscapes that hold hikers captivated at every bend and turn of the pathway.

    Lodging is in Stowe at one of the fine inns, and dining as at the great area restaurants.

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Wonder Walks
Walking tours, Hiking tours, Vermont Self guided inn to inn tours, Snowshoeing tours
2619 Monkton Road
Bristol, VT 05443

Toll free 877-897-7175 or local in Vermont (802)453-2076
Email: tours@wonderwalks.com
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Vermont Outdoor Guide Association
Vermont Outdoor Guide Association member since 1994

  For trips within Vermont, this business is operated under a special use permit with the Green Mountain National Forest.

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August 16, 2017

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