Trekking the Appalachian Trail

05/24/2020 through 09/29/2021
05/24/2020 through 10/02/2021
Intrepid Travel

Trekking the Appalachian Trail

Who would’ve thought that, among the non-stop metropolises and historic settlements that the USA’s eastern reaches have so much wilderness to offer? See for yourself as you embark on a nine-day trekking adventure with Lonely Planet and Intrepid, taking on parts of the mighty Appalachian Trail. Get wild in New England, find your feet along Franconia Ridge and test your endurance with a hike to the summit of granite behemoth, Mt Katahdin. With a local leader joining you every step of the way as you set up camp and hike to mountain huts – and options to suit your own trekking level – you can truly discover the rugged landscapes, pine-topped ranges and lake-dotted valleys of the Appalachians.


  • Appalachian Trail Hike – Franconia Ridge
  • Mt Washington – Mt Washington State Park
  • Baxter State Park
  • Appalachian Trail Hike – Mt Katahdin Summit


  • Trek the highlights of the scenic Appalachian Trail
  • Enjoy dinner and drinks at the historic Greenleaf Hut, a backcountry lodge that has served hikers for nearly 100 years
  • Scramble over huge granite rocks to reach the spectacular summit of Mt Katahdin – the official end of the Appalachian Trail
  • Strictly protected Baxter State Park is as close as you’re likely to come to true wilderness in this part of the world, and moose and deer are frequently sighted
  • Hike to mountain-enclosed Lonesome Lake and the lush Franconia Ridge Trail in the White Mountain National Forest
  • Spend a little time in Boston, a city full of character and history


Day 1 Boston
Day 2 White Mountain National Forest
Day 3 White Mountain National Forest
Day 4 White Mountain National Forest
Day 5 Baxter State Park, Maine
Day 6 Baxter State Park, Maine
Day 7 Baxter State Park, Maine
Day 8 Boston
Day 9 Boston

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