The Outdoor Adventures to Take Whether You Have a Day off or Two Week’s Vacation
These clubs and outfitters make accessing the outdoors and connecting with like-minded adventurers easier than ever
If You Have One Day
Who: Field T rip Society
What: This Seattle-based club hosts workshops on sourdough baking and half-day foraging trips with wild-edibles expert Langdon Cook.
Trip to book: Join a crabbing charter where you’ll drop and pull pots, learn how to cook a crab, then enjoy a seafood feast. $225.
If You Have a Long Weekend
What: An adventure-travel company that also produces films and a quarterly magazine; the West’s national parks are their specialty.
Trip to book: Fly-fish a different high-alpine lake every day on a three-night horseback-riding trip in the John Muir Wilderness of California’s Eastern Sierra. $2,000.
If You Have One Week
What: This digital network of outdoor enthusiasts recently launched a travel offshoot with partners such as Under Canvas.
Trip to book: A weeklong family-focused Southwest camping adventure explores bucket-list national parks, including the Grand Canyon, Bryce, and Zion. $2,495.
If You Have Two Weeks
Who: All R oads North
What: Bespoke trips showcase the West’s top guides, ranches, lodges, and more.
Trip to Book: A new West Texas itinerary includes stays at private ranches in and around Big Bend and the Davis Mountains, plus access to a biologist and astronomer along the way. From $5,955.