Washington DC to Pittsburgh - Cycling

Follow the C&O Canal trail from mile marker 0 at the Thompson Boat Center to Cumberland, MD. Then transfer to the "super-highway" of biking trails, the Great Allegheny Passage, which leads you directly into downtown Pittsburgh and stops at Point State Park. Complete 334 miles over 6 days and cross bridges, ride through tunnels, around dams, and experience the history of the old canal.

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Grand Canyon & Zion National Park

Hike down into the Grand Canyon from the south rim and drink in the views and lots of water, because you will also be hiking those same miles back up and out of the canyon. Spend another day hiking around the Grand Canyon, before transferring to Zion National Park for more amazing views. Hike over 40 miles in 5 days.

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Boston to New York - Cycling

Start in New England's capital, Boston, and cycle passed its historic landmarks. Cycle through colonial villages, seaside towns, and quaint communities on your way to New York City. After passing through the Queens, Brooklyn, and Manhattan, with the finish line crossing over the iconic Brooklyn Bridge. Bike over 320 miles in 7 days.

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Philadelphia to Washington DC - Cycling

Start in the city of Brotherly Love, Philadelphia and end in the center of power, Washington DC. Follow the East Coast Greenway rolling through cities and the countryside. The path follows roads and off-road trails. Bike over 240 miles in 4 days.

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Machu Picchu - Inca Trail

Words and pictures will not do justice to the experience of the Inca Trail. It's stepping back in time to catch a glimpse of a culture and people group, advanced beyond modern understanding, while being captivated by the beauty of the Andes, and forming friendships over shared experiences. The journey is not for the faint, it will challenge and leave an indelible mark of appreciation for the road of history others have laid.

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