Hiking Tours

Our trip calendar is just the start. Browse our full list of guided hiking tours across the US and Canada. If there are no current dates set for a hiking itinerary, let us know when you want to go! Tours will be added to the calendar as interest demands.

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Our List of Hiking Trips


New River Gorge Multi-sport


Lassen Volcanic National Park
Guided Yosemite National Park Tour

Central States

Mt. Rushmore Sampler Multi-Sport

Great Lakes

Isle Royale National Park Hiking Tour


Hiking Alaska's Kenai Peninsula
Glacier Bay Tours: Juneau & Sitka, Alaska

Hiking Odyssey

Canadian Wonders Hiking Odyssey


Acadia National Park Tour - Spring
Vermont Fall Foliage Hiking Tour

Pacific Northwest

Columbia River Gorge
Mount Rainier National Park Hiking Tour
Olympic National Park Tour

Rocky Mountains

Yellowstone and Grand Teton Intro Tour
Glacier National Park & Waterton Lakes Explorer
Hiking Getaway - Rocky Mountain: Moderate
Hiking Winter Getaway - Rocky Mountain Snowshoe
Snowshoeing Mammoth Tour at Yellowstone National Park
Colorado Sampler Multi-sport
Beartooth Mountains Hiking Tour
Hiking Getaway - Rocky Mountain: Energetic
Rocky Mountain National Park Snowshoe
Rocky Mountain National Park: Tundra


Yosemite N.P. Hiking Tour - 6 day Self-Guided
Great Smoky Mountains N.P. Hiking Tour - 6 Day Self-Guided
Death Valley N.P. Hiking Tour - 6 Day Self-Guided


Virgin Islands Hiking and Snorkeling


Grand Canyon to Zion National Parks Hiking Trips
Grand Canyon Hiking Tour: Rim to River to Rim
Taos, Santa Fe & Great Sand Dunes National Park Hiking Tour
Capitol Reef & Grand Staircase-Escalante
Canyonlands and Arches National Parks
Big Bend National Park Hiking Tour

Western Canada

Mt. Revelstoke and Glacier National Parks, Canada

Hiking Timberline Country

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Thinking about joining Timberline on a guided hiking tour? Here’s what you need to know.

First, let’s talk accommodations. All of our hiking tours are inn-to-inn, meaning you’ll be spending nights at magnificent national park lodges or inns distinct to the area. The benefit of day hiking is that guests can carry light packs with just the day’s supplies: extra clothes, food and water. On the other hand, when we’re lucky enough to overnight at a backcountry lodge, guests will need to carry a bit more.

Secondly, its important to note hiking difficulty. Our daily distances range from 4-16 miles. The hallmark of our hiking tours is embracing challenging terrain; however, we do offer tours for a range of abilities. Our moderate tours average 6-7 miles per day, energetic tours average 8-12 miles a day, and the most challenging tours include at least one day of high mileage and strenuous terrain. This being said, occasionally tours will have an alternate activity day with no hiking.

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In regards to pace, guests are encouraged to hike at their own speed with no concern for keeping up with others. This being said, we keep the mood leisurely and low key. After all, it’s a vacation!

Lastly, two Timberline leaders hike with each group. They’ll keep everyone on track, provide assistance, and share their knowledge about the local scenery.

Each of our hikes has been expertly crafted to ensure you have the trip of a lifetime.

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