Lodge trips combine a scenic setting and outdoor activities with the comforts of home, all at a budget-friendly price. After playing outdoors each day, trip participants return to hot showers, a warm bed, and wholesome, hearty meals. Some trips take place at the Sierra Club's own, while others are based in cozy cabins, guest houses, or small hotels.
Each trip offers its own unique mix of activities including dayhikes, nature walks, visits to local attractions, yoga, and wine tasting, so you're sure to find an experience that's right for you.
Immerse yourself in the diversity of the San Juans, from rocky beaches and mountain peaks to bald eagles and boisterous orca whales. We'll kayak, hike, cruise and visit a variety of historic and natural attractions. More »
Discover the grandeur of Acadia National Park after the summer crowds have left. Our trip will feature hikes on mountains and along rugged shoreline; a kayak tour of Frenchman’s Bay; a visit to an island nature preserve; and scrumptious local cuisine. More »
Explore the annals of travel across the Sierra as we retrace historic routes by train, van, and foot. We’ll examine archaeological evidence, speak with local historians, and learn about epic efforts to connect California to the East via overland routes. More »
Hike historic 19th-century mountain trails in the picturesque Catskill Mountains as trees begin to turn red and gold. We'll visit the state's highest waterfall and blue-stone quarries, and enjoy vistas from remote mountain peaks. More »
Experience foliage season at its finest on daily four- to nine-mile walks on moderate trails in Green Mountain National Forest. Learn about real maple syrup and folk crafts and enjoy gourmet meals and nights in country inns. More »
Explore the magnificent Smokies under towering strands of hardwood forest during the season of spectacular fall colors. Each day will offer at least two hike distances and evenings will include campfire programs, music, and storytelling. More »
Celebrate the New Year on a service project brimming with Hawaiian culture, storytelling, and dirt! We'll work in a remote west-Maui valley and take a day for snorkeling and whale watching. More »
Experience four distinct ecosystems by foot, van, and kayak in the company of naturalist guides. We'll end the trip with a three day, two night kayak camping trip in the 10,000 Islands. More »