Wildland Trekking Guided Hiking Vacations

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An aerial view of Lake Fontana in North Carolina

An aerial view of Lake Fontana on the southwest edge of Great Smoky Mountains National Park.

Go on an unforgettable hiking vacation. Wildland Trekking has a tour that fits nearly anyone who loves to hike in world-renowned, breathtaking landscapes including Great Smoky Mountains National Park and Asheville's Blue Ridge Mountains.

  • Backpacking Trips: For people seeking solitude, wildness and adventure. Try our stock/porter supported trips for a backcountry experience without a heavy pack.
  • Basecamp Trips: For people seeking an outdoor experience but with showers and comfortable amenities.
  • Inn-based Trips: For guests interested in staying at lodges or cabins while going on great hikes.
  • Winter Snowshoeing and Cross-country Skiing Trips
  • Day Hikes

For more information:
800-715-4453
International: 927-379-6383
www.wildlandtrekking.com

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