Isle Royale Wilderness Sojourn

National Park Discovery Adventure

Trip Details

Rock Harbor lighthouse Isle Royale

What’s Included? Everything you need, plus everything you want.

  • Isle Royale: This rugged, isolated island archipelago is a land and water playground, and home to moose, wolves, and about 20 other mammal species that figured out how to “get there from here.”
  • Water: Great Lakes, islands, ferries, waterfalls, lakeshore, lighthouses, sand beaches, and bridges… water and all things related play a big role on this journey.
  • Lodge Mix: A campy, historic lodge, a gracious inn, and a national park hotel – all set near the water’s edge with excellent views.

Isle Royale Wilderness Sojourn

Trip Type: Small Group Adventure

Territory: North America

Region: Midwest US

Trip Price: From $4,695

Single Supplement: $710

On-Trip Airfare: $0

Duration: 8 days/7 nights

Trip Begins/Ends: Duluth, Minnesota / Houghton, Michigan

Minimum Travelers: 2 travelers

Maximum Travelers: 16 travelers

Select Terms & Conditions

Pricing detailed for this Small Group Adventure is based upon double occupancy. Additional charges for single travelers and any on-trip airfare required for the trip apply. A booking deposit is required to reserve your space. Small Group Adventure pricing includes all lodging, meals (unless otherwise noted), activities, baggage handling, transportation, and guide service. Not included are travel costs to/from gateway cities, guide gratuities, and personal incidentals including, but not limited to, trip cancellation/interruption insurance, alcoholic beverages, and laundry service. Travel with Off the Beaten Path requires agreement to our standard Terms & Conditions.

Energy Index

Energy Index Spectrum

No Sweat - 1-2 miles of walking or hiking per day, plus easy activities

Nice & Active – 3-6 miles of hiking or walking per day, plus physically active exploration

High Five! – 5-12 miles of hiking per day, plus possible peak bagging or other action-oriented fun

Isle Royale Wilderness Sojourn

Isle Royale Wilderness Sojourn - Energy Index

Travel includes mainland-to-island ferries. Outdoors for 6 to 8 hours each day in potentially hot, humid conditions. Activities include short hikes of 2 to 5 miles on very uneven, rocky terrain, trails, and beaches, and opportunities for canoeing, kayaking, and cold-water swimming.

Make this trip all yours!

Most all of our Small Group Adventures can be made private to just your traveling troupe. Just give us a call at (800) 445-2995 and tell us that you would like to “make it private”!

Generally, there are two ways to make a small group adventure private. First, you could capture one of our published departure dates for just your group. In order to achieve this, we have to have sufficient space available to create a separate private trip. Second, we could take the details of this itinerary and fashion it for just your group on dates of your choosing. For this, too, we just need to review your interest, group size, and preferred timing in order to create the trip.

In all cases, the process begins with a phone call so give us a ring at (800) 445-2995 and after just a few minutes gathering information, we can set to the task of making your trip a reality!

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