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Appalachian Trail Adventures

200 Summit Road, Killington, VT 05751
+1 888-855-8655
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Great hikes, great guidance, great accomodations!

I spent three nights with ATA in October 2017. It was a fun and fulfilling experience. John is very... read more

Reviewed 17 October 2017
Rick K
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Northampton, Massachusetts
Excellent Guided Hiking

We hiked five days with ATA in October. The adventure includes a room at Summit Lodge and three... read more

Reviewed 17 October 2017
CharleyG
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Los Angeles, CA
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Appalachian Trail Adventures is a hiking spa that provides daily guided hikes, caving and kayaking throughout the Green Mountains of Vermont for adventurist of all abilities on the Appalachian Trail. ATA's all inclusive Hiking Vacation consists of an air conditioned room with three daily meals, snacks, guided novice, intermediate or advanced hike and afternoon kayaking, caving or an excursion. ATA also provides daily customized group or private guided hikes, kayaking and caving throughout the Green Mountains of Vermont for hikers of all abilities. With over 20 years of experience, we have chosen trails with the best scenic mountain vistas, waterfalls, historical features and lakes. In the fall, we offer some of the most spectacular foliage hiking in New England.
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200 Summit Road, Killington, VT 05751
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Reviewed 17 October 2017

I spent three nights with ATA in October 2017. It was a fun and fulfilling experience. John is very gifted in determining each individual's interests and abilities, and suggests hiking and other activities that are consistent and well-matched to the individual. I went on three...More

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Reviewed 17 October 2017 via mobile

We hiked five days with ATA in October. The adventure includes a room at Summit Lodge and three meals. Weather and Fall colors were wonderful. John and his team of guides are outstanding leaders. John is very attentive to each client’s abilities, desires and goals....More

1  Thank CharleyG
Reviewed 13 October 2017

Wonderful hikes for beginners, hard core hikers and everyone in between. The guides (Michelle, Leslie and Jenn) are friendly, and let you go at what ever pace you choose. Kayaking in the area is beautiful and the kayaks themselves are easy to use. I know...More

1  Thank GremlinT
Reviewed 12 September 2017

My friends and I always have a great time at Vermont hiking spas but this visit was exceptional. Everything was absolutely perfect. The accommodations renovated and very comfortable, including both hot tub and outside heated pool filled up with salt water. The meal plan is...More

1  Thank NellyAlex2017
Reviewed 12 September 2017

Wonderful hikes ,good people , beautiful nature .John, Lesley and Michelle are easy ,flexible and very accommodating,and a lot of fun!!What else is necessary for great get away!

1  Thank adventure12347
Reviewed 8 September 2017 via mobile

Perfect hour long hikes from Mountain Meadows Lodge. Well marked trails, beautiful scenery. Trail is mostly tree lined so you are out of direct sun. Lots of lean-to's for camping. People along the trail seem to share a kinship. Didn't meet a stranger along the...More

1  Thank Giantess
Reviewed 29 August 2017

I spent a week hiking and kayaking with John, Lesley, and Michelle, and I couldn't have asked for a better experience. Each morning, we met to sort out the day's itinerary and to determine everyone's preferences for the day. I'm a solo traveller, and even...More

1  Thank kelcan67
Reviewed 2 August 2017

I just spent three and a half days having a "wild" weekend with a close friend; hiking between 5 and 11 miles a day might not be some people's version of a bachelorette weekend, but we had an awesome experience out in nature with amazing...More

1  Thank la_contessa223
Reviewed 29 July 2017

What a great great adventure my sister-in-law and I had--hiking, kayaking, fabulous food, very comfy accommodations! Hikes were tailored to weather and ability, and the guides were well informed and friendly. John is a great coordinator and has been running these fun vacations for years....More

1  Thank stellarena
Reviewed 26 July 2017 via mobile

The hiking, the scenery, the food, and the guides (John, Michelle, Leslie) were superb. John is a good listener and an experienced assessor of capabilities. He set up each day's hike reviewing what we liked from the previous day and provided options. All the guides...More

1  Thank masterpiper42
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Laura B
20 June 2015|
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Response from athikerinvt | Property representative |
Hello Daniel, There sure is.. we hike with kids of that age regularly. It just depends how long of hike you prefer, I try to male sure the hike gives a "wow" factor to kids to get them excited about hiking. the wow factor... More
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Sarah L
2 May 2015|
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Response from athikerinvt | Property representative |
Hello Sarah, Its hard saying without meeting you etcetera. However we have a variety of trails of different difficultly so depending on things you could hike with your daughter in tow. I hope this helps. john
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