Sat, Jun 03|
Geneva Lake Shore Path (National Trails Day)
The Shore Path around Lake Geneva offers you an up-close view of historic estates and stunning homes with beautifully landscaped yards and gardens. As you enjoy a walk along the lakeshore, you'll be mesmerized by the clear blue waters of the lake and the tranquility of sailboats.
Time & Location
Jun 03, 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Lake Geneva, 1550 S Lake Shore Dr, Lake Geneva, WI 53147, USA
About The Event
This event is suitable for anyone in Class 1, 2, or 3. All levels of experience are welcome. For an explanation of the way we classify events, visit this page.
Come on out and enjoy National Trail Day with us! The Shore Path around Lake Geneva offers you an up-close view of historic estates and stunning homes with beautifully landscaped yards and gardens. As you enjoy a walk along the lakeshore, you'll be mesmerized by the clear blue waters of the lake and the tranquility of sailboats, excursion boats, and antique vessels as they glide across the pristine waters.
We will provide a shuttle from Williams Bay to the Lake Geneva library on the morning of June 3. Hike at your own pace and upon completion dine at one of the many restaurants in Lake Geneva. If you are unable to complete the hike simply contact our shuttle and we will pick you up and transport you back to your vehicle.
There are numerous lodging accommodations in the area.
For more information on the Lake Shore Path, click here.
Guests are responsible for their own meals. Transportation into town is available if you would like to dine at one of the many eating establishments. You can find a list here.
Guests are responsible for providing their own gear. Rental camping gear is available if needed.
We suggest the following as a guideline for gear that is needed for this event:
- Comfortable, broken-in walking shoes
- Day pack
- Moisture-wicking clothing
- Mosquito repellent
- Cellular phone
- Individual First Aid Kit
- Spare set of socks
- Hydration system or water bottles
- Trekking Poles (optional)
- Rain Gear (depending on the weather)
This ticket price includes unlimited shuttle service on June 3 as well as water and snacks during transportation.
All True North Expeditions staff are certified in First Aid/CPR and every one of our events is led by a guide with a background in emergency medicine and a certified Wilderness First Aid instructor. Guides are experienced in wilderness and outdoor travel and are equipped with GPS and satellite phones during every portion of this event.
We ask that guests refrain from bringing alcohol, illegal drugs, or weapons of any kind (excluding a pocket knife for use on the trail).
No refunds will be issued for cancellations 30 days or less from the date of the event. All other cancellations are subject to a 50% service fee. A refund will be issued in the form of a check, or the original payment method. Please allow 5-7 business days for processing, we will notify you when the refund has been issued.
True North Expeditions, Inc. reserves the right to substitute the events listed in the description above in the event of inclement weather, availability, or other uncontrollable events. Additional information will be emailed to you after registering.
Donate and Give Back to the Outdoor Community
We are teaming up with *Gear Forward in an attempt to collect new and unused gear, specifically sleeping bags, tents, and backpacks. Illinois resident Scott Gauvin is the founder of Gear Forward, an independent nationwide non-profit that provides gear to non-profit community organizations, youth groups, and charities working with young people in the outdoors. If you have one of the above-mentioned pieces of gear and would like to donate it, please bring it with you. After our winter events, the gear that we collect will be turned over to Gear Forward.
*As stated above, Gear Forward is an independent nationwide non-profit that provides gear to non-profit community organizations, youth groups, and charities working with young people in the outdoors. Founded by Scott Gauvin, Gear Forward aims to encourage people to donate unused outdoor gear they no longer want or need. Gear Forward also seeks partnerships with outdoor retailers and manufacturers to encourage donations of unused gear or donations by customers.
The outdoors are our collective greatest treasure and gift that we offer the next generation. Gear Forward, simply is about providing the next generation of stewards, adventurers, Scoutmasters, and Girl Scout Leaders the resources they need to get outdoors. No child should be denied access to all the outdoors has to offer because they don't have the necessary equipment. Through the collection of gently used outdoor gear, Gear Forward will work with other youth and outdoor-focused organizations to get donated gear into the hands that need it.
Through the donation of outdoor gear, Gear Forward will provide youth in need via various noteworthy organizations the ability to participate in outdoor-themed activities such as hiking, camping, and backpacking. You can find out more about Gear Forward by visiting their Facebook page or website.
This ticket price includes unlimited shuttle service over the course of the event and transportation to and from the event from a predetermined pick-up point. (Please note that your lodging must be within a 10-minute drive of downtown Lake Geneva).