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.
Spend a week hiking coastal habitats, touring historic lighthouses, and learning about the amazing ocean ecosystems that cover almost 70 percent of the Earth's surface. More »
Discover the diversity of Olympic National Park, a World Heritage site packed with rainforests, Pacific beaches, mountains, rivers, lakes, and abundant wildlife. We'll dayhike, canoe, swim, and soak in a hot spring. More »
Enjoy six days in the company of Mt. Assiniboine, the Matterhorn of North America. Daily guided hikes will reveal glaciated peaks, blue lakes, and wildflower meadows in remote backcountry alpine terrain. More »
Restore the balance between your life and nature with morning yoga and afternoon hikes in the shadows of stately redwoods. A professional instructor will lead yoga sessions, and we'll enjoy fresh, healthful meals. More »
Local eating is a high priority in picture-perfect Vermont. On this culinary sampler, we'll hike 2 to 5 miles a day and bike along a 25-mile path between visits to breweries, wineries, farms, and cheese makers. More »
Hike amid glorious mountain scenery and lunch by glistening alpine lakes in a wilderness area virtually unchanged since Lewis and Clark. Hikes are moderate to strenuous and we'll retire each night to cozy cabins. More »
The Midwest's premier hiking trail offers challenging routes highlighted by panoramic lake views, pristine inland lakes, rivers, and waterfalls. We'll enjoy good food and programs and activities at our comfortable lodge. More »
Explore the ancient Adirondacks while taking in the history and architecture of America's Gilded Age. Staying in modernized caibins, we'll kayak, raft, hike, and canoe in the tradition of the infamous robber barons. More »
Hike the rocky coast, kayak to a nature preserve, and learn about geology, history, and local wildlife. A country inn will provide us with comfortable lodging, and we'll dine on fresh lobster, fish, and blueberries. More »