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Group accommodation for hiking women

aurora, ON
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Group accommodation for hiking women

We're a group of 16 women celebrating 15 yrs walking together. Some could share a room (but not a bed) and others prefer their own room. We could supply our own food if there were a self catering option large enough.

We're looking for a place where we can hike and then gather together at night for food, wine and good times.

probably next May/June or August

Any suggestions

Kingston, Canada
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1. Re: Group accommodation for hiking women

Cranberry up in Collingwood has suites that you should be able to rent. Depending on whether people want to share or have private rooms you could split the cost of suites. I can't think of any hostels or anything other than in the major cities.

You could also search for cottages. I've come across one or two mansion type cottages for rent that might be able to accommodate a group that big.


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2. Re: Group accommodation for hiking women

Check out the hiking getaway locations at inns, resorts and cottages north in Ontario Canada http://400eleven.com/getaways-hiking.html

Burlington, Canada
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3. Re: Group accommodation for hiking women

Have a look at these websites. You hike from one bed and breakfast to the other along the Bruce Trail. The owners of the B+B's will take your luggage etc.. to your next B+B so it's there waiting for you when you get there. They will also drive your car to your final destination. It sounds great. The only thing is if they can accomodate your entire group. It's worth looking into though.




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