We are so excited to announce that we have added TWO additional Hantes for 2021! If you’re wondering what the hype is all about, watch this video first! Hante Adventures offer an opportunity to step out of your comfort zone and experience a new environment; learning new skills, seeing new places, and experiencing it all with a new community of people. Read on to find out about the NEW Hantes we are offering. 


Reasons to do a Hante trip this summer, especially after 2020:

  1. After a year like 2020, spending time outside will be more important than ever. Numerous studies have touted the health benefits of getting outside, and the National Park Service has its own handy list of benefits. 
  2. Experience a tight knit community. Your fellow adventurers and trip leaders will become something akin to a second family in a few short days. 
  3. Learn new technical skills. Have you ever wanted to hike the Appalachian Trail or work on your paddling skills? Our trips offer an opportunity to focus on a skill and work to challenge yourself in improving. Come learn to backpack, canoe, climb, and more. **No experience is required for our Hante trips, we will meet you where your experience level is and teach you what is needed!**




Trip Guide


Maine is the home to a network of interconnected lakes and rivers called the Allagash Wilderness Waterway. We’ll spend 11 days paddling our way through the North Maine Woods: a largely undeveloped area of Central Northern Maine. We’ll soak up sunny days, star dazzling nights, and ALL of the moose sightings. After our paddling trip, we’ll hit the trail in Baxter State Park, home to Mount Katahdin. Our trip couldn’t be complete without a stop on the beautiful Maine coastline. Its rocky shores and islands are calling our name. 





Trip Guide


The name of this trip says it all! Get a taste for adventure from the Mountains of Western North Carolina to the South Carolina coastline; you’ll learn what it’s like to live simply and soak up exploration. We’ll spend 4 days backpacking the Mountains to Sea Trail here in Western North Carolina setting our sights on Mount Mitchell, the tallest peak East of the Mississippi River! We’ll trade in our boots for water shoes and head to the Carolina Coast for some Sea Kayaking and Ecological exploration! This trip is sure to be a good one.