The rugged Maine coast has enchanted visitors for centuries. On this trip, we provide a beautiful and exhilarating perspective for viewing Maine: from the saddle of a bike. Each day we offer you a variety of cycling distances at various levels of effort to... Read more
Paddlers of all ages are invited to join The Trust for Public Land for an unforgettable whitewater adventure on the Main Fork of the Salmon River. We've partnered with ARTA River Trips to craft a special trip highlighting the personality of the Main Salmon... Read more
Join us for an insider’s tour of the Big Easy as we explore the physical and human geography of New Orleans past and present.
We begin with dinner at the Historic New Orleans Collection, a museum, research center, and publisher dedicated to the history and... Read more
Explore California’s agricultural heritage from coastal dairy farms to the estate vineyards of Napa Valley. We will begin our journey at Cavallo Point, an understated luxury lodge set in an idyllic location at the foot of the Golden Gate Bridge. The next... Read more
Join The Trust for Public Land's President Will Rogers on the blue ribbon trout streams of western Montana’s Ruby Springs Valley. We will stay at the Ruby Springs Lodge, where we will enjoy private angling along the Ruby River and its tributaries. And we... Read more
Explore the historic Columbia River Gorge, with its 600-foot waterfalls, 800 species of wildflowers, rich Native American and pioneer history, many Trust for Public Land projects, and scenic vistas at every turn.
Following a welcome dinner in Portland, we... Read more
Nestled in a canyon surrounded by towering Rocky Mountain peaks, much of Telluride was designated a National Historic Landmark District in 1964. The result is a thriving but carefully preserved hamlet of Victorian homes, mining shacks, and clapboard... Read more
Working from more than 30 offices nationwide, The Trust for Public Land offers a range of services to meet the conservation needs of the 21st century. We help communities raise funds, conduct research and planning, acquire and protect land, and design and renovate parks, playgrounds, trails, and gardens.