Services, Tours and Educational Programs
Abenaki Outfitters & Guide Service
Canoeing, Kayaking, Nature, Hiking, Snowshoeing, Tracking
P.O. Box 283
Shoreham, VT 05770-0283
Abenaki Outfitters guides trips throughout Wobanakik, "The Land of The Dawn" in
Maine, New Hampshire, and Vermont. We also guide in the Adirondacks of New York.
We specialize in guiding small groups or individuals. In this way, we can
maintain a high quality outdoor experience.
Abenaki Outfitters is located in the heart of the Champlain Valley and we guide
trips on both sides of the lake. We travel past a variety of wildlife habitat.
Often we see many birds, including everything from waterfowl and shorebirds to
sparrows and warblers. Occasionally we even see a Bald Eagle.
Clyde River Recreation
Providers for self-guided paddle trips, canoe and kayak rentals,
group outings, fishing trips and bird watching Tours.
2355 VT Route 105
West Charleston, VT. 05872
Quality experience at a great price is the reason people choose our service in
the NEK. Enjoy an outing without the need or expense of a guide. Our 3 hour
paddle on the Clyde River is most popular and great for the whole family at all
skill levels. Schedule your large group outing, small quiet get-a-way for 2,
bird watching, or fishing trip with us. Shuttles run on demand on your schedule.
Little notice prior to arrival is appreciated but not necessary. For more
information visit our website, perhaps watch a video.
Green Mountain Fishing Guide Service
Bird Watching, Fishing
593 Rt 140, Tinmouth, VT 05773
Green Mountain Fishing Guide Service offers half-, full- and multi-day guides on
many central Vermont lakes, including Lake St. Catherine, Lake Bomoseen, and
Lake Hortonia. These lakes offer some of the finest Largemouth and Smallmouth
Bass, and Northern Pike fishing the region has to offer. In addition to these
sportfish species, panfish of all kind – Bluegill, Rock Bass, Yellow Perch and
Crappie – are plentiful and eager to bite (which keeps the kids happy!). All
equipment, bait, and tackle is provided. Fishing is done from a fully-equipped
20-foot Ranger® bass boat. Bird watching trips are also available! Dates book
quickly, so call 802.446.3375 today for rates and best availability!
Head North, LLC
Accommodations, Hiking, Nature, Survival, Snowshoeing, Skiing, Yoga
Todd W. Parkins
P.O. Box 6 Plymouth VT 05056
Phone: 802- 672-2044 Cell:732-996-3555
HEADNORTH is an outdoor
education center for people and families. We focus on the accomplishment of
timeless primitive skills into our modern lives. This brings out the free spirit
in us all which helps us become more competent and effective as humans.
Combining a wide variety of wilderness survival, health, wellness and spiritual
awareness thru nature., participants take home a lifetime of memories and
Keeping Track, Inc.
Tracking, Natural History
P. O. Box 444, Huntington, VT 05462
Nonprofit organization dedicated to Identifying and monitoring important wildlife habitat
and travel corridors, educating the public about the importance of conservation, and
encouraging cooperation among conservation and natural resource groups. Slide lectures, community track and sign survey
training, preliminary habitat evaluation, tracking and habitat workshops, and single to
multi-day school programs.
Vermont, New Hampshire, Ecuador
Nature, Canoeing, Kayaking, Whitewater
Rafting, Rock Climbing, Winter Camping, Sea Kayaking, XC Skiing
Misha & Lynne Boudreau
767 Forest Road, Marlow, NH, 03456
Kroka Expeditions is committed to awakening in young people a
connection to nature and the spirit within, and a capacity for conscious living
and compassionate service. We strive to achieve this through wilderness
adventure, community living, farming, and the practice of traditional and
indigenous skills. Adventure for schools and organizations,
winter & summer adventure programs, and private guiding for climbing, canoeing,
kayaking, rafting, caving, snowshoeing, back-country skiing and much more.
Pickett Hill Guide Service
Moose Watch & Photo Safaris
P. O. Box 396 Bennington VT. 05201
20 to 40 minute vehicle ride up mountain on Route 9 East to Red
Mill Pond area, or Summerset Reservoir, for an opportunity to view or
photograph/film real moose in their natural habitat. A two to three hour
event. A snack and beverage is included, along with use of binoculars, spotting
scope, and digital camcorder for close-up viewing. We are in constant
communication with local biologists, game wardens, forest agencies, local
officials for best area for viewing. Reservations required with minimum 2 day
notice; up to 6 people per trip.
ROOTS School LLC
Central & Northern Vermont
Survival, Tracking and Awareness, and Earth Based Philosophies
PO Box 932 Montpelier, VT. 05601
Reclaiming Our Origins Through Traditional Skills
For the majority of human existence, our understanding of the natural world,
our skills and innate abilities, and our love for each other kept us alive and
strong in the wilderness. Roots’ teachings reconnect us all to our birthright
and ancestral lineage of survival, tracking and awareness, and earth based
philosophies. Join us for an experience based, intensive journey from
humanities’ past, to its future.
The Woodstock Naturalist
Custom Nature Programs and Guided Hikes. Interactive Training and Lectures,
Nature Writing, Special programs for corporate and professional retreats.
Scott Davison, MS, CIT
114 Evergreen Ct, Woodstock, VT. 05091
Centrally located in the beautiful village of Woodstock, Vermont!
Re-establish and explore your personal connections to nature. Walk with the
Woodstock Naturalist and experience nature anew through guided hikes, music,
storytelling and custom programs that will refresh and restore as well as
inform and invigorate. Programs topics may include: daytime and night hikes,
mammal tracking on snowshoes, winter ecology, birding in all seasons,
backyard habitats, bogs, frogs and old logs, and nature journaling all
conducted in a full-body and mind contact earth ecology zen style. Scott
also offers professional training for nature and heritage interpreters and
docents in a wide variety of organizations including museums, state &
national parks and nature centers.
Vermont Vision Quest
North Central Vermont
Vision Quest Guide
128 Bliss Road
Montpelier Vermont 05602
Reconnecting Individual, Community, and Earth
Be Still. Listen. What in your life is
Come quest in the Green Mountains for that which is calling you into deeper
levels of relationship with Family, Community, Earth, and Spirit.
Current programs and services listed on website.
Vision Quests foster a relationship with Earth, Spirit and
Community that is based in gratitude and service. The individual's own spiritual
journey is essential to the creation and nurturance of spiritual community that
in turn supports the growth of the individual. This best occurs when the
individual intention and gift meet the community need and future.
Wild Rivers Outfitters
Fall Foliage River Tours for non hunters and River Nature Tours.
Captain Gregg Campbell
3 Hamilton Place Extension
Richford VT 05476-1215
Spectacular scenery and wildlife. Bring your camcorders, binoculars and warm
clothes. Spectacular scenery and wildlife. Bring your camcorders, binoculars and
warm clothes. The Missisquoi National Wildlife Refuge is a 6600 acre refuge is a
resting and feeding area for many waterfowl species during fall migration.
25,000 ducks share this area with lots of Canada and snow geese. This migration
stopover harbors ideal habitat for these birds. Some major foods in this marsh
are wild rice, water celery, duck potato, pondweed and sedge. Our Lund
Alaskan 18’ guide boat accommodates six people and gear. All tours are
guided by Captain Gregg Campbell, Vermont native and forestry graduate. Coast
Guard licensed and insured. We welcome handicapped and disabled persons aboard
our vessel. Making friends and pleasing people are our goals.
Wilderness Learning Center
New York & Vermont
Camping, Canoeing, Nature Hikes, Survival, Wildlife Photography, Women's
Challenges, Youth programs
435 Sandy Knoll Road Chateaugay NY 12920
The WILDERNESS LEARNING CENTER is a full time school devoted to teaching groups
and individuals about the outdoors. Our specialty is wilderness survival. We
run programs all year long, both here in New York and at several sites
throughout the Northeast. We have Basic, Advanced, Advanced Adventure and
Certification programs in wilderness survival. Also we run wilderness First
Aid programs for certification. We have certified Survival Instructors, Licensed
New York State Guides and an American Red Cross Instructor Trainer on staff.
Hiking, Walking, Snowshoeing, Inn- to-Inn Hiking Tours or Day Outings
2619 Monkton Rd., Bristol, VT 05443
877-897-7175 or (802)453-2076
Come join us, two dedicated Vermont-based
guides, as we walk, hike or snowshoe at a satisfying pace through some of our
favorite areas. With years of leading trips we promise you an unforgettable
experience. The scenic, quiet routes we travel include country lanes, foot
paths, rail trails, and forgotten byways. We see rural villages, covered
bridges, historic sites, beautiful woodlands, mountain scenery, pastoral
valleys, clean waters flowing, pristine beaches, and panoramic overlooks. Feel
fresh country breezes and taste wild berries along the way. Savor all of this
and more on one of our tours!
Cross Country Skiing
| Dog Sledding |
Downhill Skiing |
| Fishing / Hunting |
| Fly Fishing |
Hang Gliding |
Hot Air Ballooning
Hunting Resources |
Ice Fishing |
Ice Skating |
| Kids Programs
Lake Champlain Cruises |
| Sea Kayaking |
Snowboarding | Snowshoeing |
Team Building |
Whitewater Rafting |
Women’s Challenges |
Outdoor Guide Association
P.O. Box 10
North Ferrisburg, VT. 05473
1 800-425-8747 (802) 425-6211