Our trip calendar is just the start.  Browse our hiking and cycling itineraries list for ideas. If there are no current dates set, let us know when you want to go. Tours will be added to the calendar as interest demands.

Our List of Hiking Trips


The Adirondack Mountains, New York
Acadia National Park, Maine


Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Park
Joshua Tree National Park
Lassen Volcanic National Park
Yosemite National Park
Yosemite National Park: El Capitan
Death Valley National Park Hiking and Yoga Tour

Great Lakes

Isle Royale National Park
Lake Superior Hiking Trail


Kauai: Waimea Canyon & The NaPali Coast
Alaska's Kenai Peninsula
Glacier Bay National Park & Sitka, Alaska
Hawaii: The Big Island

Hiking Odyssey

Western Ireland Hiking Odyssey
Los Picos de Europa, Spain Hiking Odyssey

Pacific Northwest

Crater Lake National Park and Oregon Caves
Olympic National Park
Columbia River Gorge
Mount Rainier National Park
North Cascades National Park

Rocky Mountains

Yellowstone National Park Snowshoe
Beartooth Mountains Hiking
Weekend Hiking Getaway - Rocky Mountain II
Yellowstone and Grand Teton Intro Tour
Rocky Mountain National Park
Weekend Hiking Getaway - Rocky Mountain
Rocky Mountain National Park: Tundra
Yellowstone Complete Tour
Colorado Sampler Multi-Sport
Rocky Mountain National Park Snowshoe - December
Mt. Rushmore Sampler Multi-Sport
Sun Valley and Sawtooth Mountains Multi-Sport


Guadalupe Mountains and Carlsbad Caverns
Great Basin National Park
Big Bend National Park - Spring
Bryce & Zion National Parks
Canyonlands and Arches National Parks - Fall
Capitol Reef & Grand Staircase-Escalante
Chiricahua & The Sonoran Desert
Taos, Santa Fe & Great Sand Dunes National Park
Grand Canyon Rim to River to Rim

Western Canada

Banff National Park
Mt. Revelstoke and Glacier National Parks, Canada

Hiking Timberline Country

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

All of our hiking tours are inn-to-inn, so overnights are at magnificent national park lodges or inns that are 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.

When we’re lucky enough to overnight at a backcountry lodge, such as Phantom Ranch in the Grand Canyon, or Shadow Lake Lodge in Banff National Park, guests need to carry a bit more; their personal items and clothing needed for a single night’s stay.

Our daily distances range from 4 to 16 miles, and occasionally we have an alternate activity day with no hiking.  The hallmark of our hiking adventures is to not shy away from challenging terrain like hills and high altitudes, but we do offer tours for a range of abilities.  Our moderate tours average 6-7 miles per day.  Our energetic tours average 8-12 miles.  Our challenging tours include at least one day of high mileage and strenuous terrain, with awe-inspiring scenery to match.

We encourage guests to hike at their own pace with no concern for keeping up with others. We keep the mood leisurely and low key, after all, it’s a vacation!

Two Timberline leaders hike with each group. There’s typically a guide up front and a guide in back. They’re there to keep everyone on track, to provide assistance, and to share their knowledge about the local geology, flora and fauna.

Each of our hikes has been chosen to provide a never-to-be- forgotten experience in an area of extraordinary natural beauty.

 Won’t you join us?

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