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We chose the Gettysburg & Civil War tour because I've been very interested in Civil War history. The tour guides did not disappoint and seeing the battlefields helped me to better understand the scale of the battlefields. The roads between places were fantastic both for scenery...

We recently returned from a three day bike adventure along the Allegheny passage and C&O Canal. Some might believe that the weather makes a trip but I would suggest it is the people …in this case both the trip leaders (Bill and Ken) and the...

Your trip (GAP- Homestead to Cumberland) was well organized and indeed very enjoyable with very good accomodations, and very good food.. The guides, Angelo and Joe both were outstanding - very helpful, easy going , friendly and knowledgable . A very pleasant group of people...

By Tom Sexton   What better way to experience America’s beauty, diversity and history than through rail-trails?   As Rails-to-Trails Conservancy (RTC) prepares for our 2017 Pennsylvania Sojourn on the Great Allegheny Passage and Montour Trail this June, we thought it was a great time to present five...

The ride was terrific. The Finger Lakes region is very pretty. The hike through Watkins Glen was the highlight. It's one of prettiest places I have seen. The weather was great. Highs in the 80's. The accommodations and food are first class. The castle on...

From the moment we started in Easton to the last lunch we all shared before departing this was the most awesome trip that I have experienced so far!! Dave and Josh were great guides. Very attentive, knowledgeable, and interesting. The fun aside from the ride...

Being a Midwesterner, and having driven to vacations in Montana, I had drawn an unfair opinion of South Dakota. Making time on the highways, I crossed this state getting only a taste of that grand ole' west I was thirsting for, but not long ago...

Transcontinental Bridge Between Colorado and Utah Do you know the history behind the popular Rio Grande Trail?  Founded in 1870, the Denver & Rio Grande Railroad (D&RG) made its first tracks from Denver to Colorado Springs, but eventually expanded across the Rockies into Utah. The railroad...

I was very pleased with my trip along the Erie Canal with Wilderness Voyageurs. Our two guides, Lisa and Bill, were wonderful and experienced hosts. They not only guided us along the path, giving all kinds of useful info and facts, but also prepared tasty...