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Glaciers near Glacier Bay National Park, Alaska
Timberline Guide Training
Our annual guide training goes on, rain or shine, and can't be stopped by pandemic, fire, or famine! With our entire staff now fully vaccinated, we were able to complete a full guide training in beautiful Boulder, CO. Skills are honed, first aid is updated, procedures reviewed and friendships revitalized. Let us help you get out there, back to the activities you yearn for and love.

Take $150 off any 2021 regularly scheduled domestic tour

Book a scheduled 2021 tour during the month of May and receive a $150 discount! (Odyssey tours not eligible)

Use code MAYDAYS when booking
Our Featured Tour
This tour visits three locations – Juneau, Glacier Bay and Sitka. The Mendenhall Glacier creates the backdrop for the isolated capital city of Juneau. After hiking there, we move to the crown jewel of hotels - Glacier Bay Lodge. During our stay in Glacier Bay National Park we enjoy hikes in the dense Alaskan wilderness and a boat cruise to the tidewater glaciers. A thrilling seaplane flight will take us to our third location, Sitka. Gorgeous scenery blends with the cultural Tlingit heritage of the area, which we experience by land and by sea. This tour has very moderate hiking and is appropriate for most abilities and ages.
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Some of the west’s most rugged, dramatically sculpted, high-alpine terrain lies within the Cascade Range. This national park contains more than 300 glaciers – more than any other park outside of Alaska. The region is also marked by incredible diversity. This is a fascinating and challenging tour!
Join us on this bucket list ride along the Blue Ridge Parkway, including the intro Skyline Drive, for 574 miles of fall foliage, gorgeous vistas and dramatic elevations. The parkway snakes through the Blue Ridge Mountains and traverses the states of Virginia and North Carolina, and offers us a chance to challenge and amaze.  
Other Highlighted Tours
Sequoia and Kings Canyon are twin national parks situated at the southern extremity of California’s Sierra Nevada Range. The variation in elevation from 1,700 feet at park headquarters at Ash Mountain to the summit of Mt. Whitney at 14,495′ on Sequoia’s eastern fringe creates extreme contrasts in climate, topography and vegetation. From dense Sequoia groves to granite domes and shimmering lakes to high alpine views, our tour explores it all.
At the southernmost end of the Cascade Range is a collection of bubbling hot springs, mud pots, steam vents and a peak that blew her top just 102 years ago. Our walks through the sites of Bumpass Hell, Devastated Area and Cinder Cone are tempered with the area's lush meadows, clusters of glacially sculpted lakes and a snow-capped volcanic summit.
Fifteen states, 450 cities and towns and 3,000 miles from Maine to Florida on a safe biking route through the country’s most populated corridor. Timberline will be the first to host a fully supported ride of the entire EC Greenway. Join us for 1, 2, 3 or all 4 segments. We'll ride along rural farmland, into forests, across marshlands and through some of the largest cities in the country. From day to day, riders are encouraged to go at their own pace and enjoy the journey.