Georgia Wine Hiking Coupons and Deals
Canoeing along a riverbank lets you get close to wildlife, much like sharing a strawberry with an elk. Share the great outdoors with this Groupon. Choose Between Two Options $69 for a 4.5- to 5-hour guided kayak or canoe tour with wine tasting and lunch for one (a $160 value) $119 for the above option for two (a $320 value) On the slow-water kayaking or canoeing tour, a guide leads kayakers and canoeists on a three-hour paddle down the Broad River. The party then comes ashore for a tasting at Boutier Winery, where they also enjoy a lunch of turkey ...
Runners from this summer's Peachtree race can attest: Adult beverages taste better when you've really earned them. Enjoy another outdoor activity that ends with drinks with today's deal from Georgia Wine Hiking. Pay $38 (regularly $95) for a three- to four-hour easy hike designed for all ability levels. Or pay $50 (regularly $125) for a moderate hike, which lasts five to six hours and covers more mountainous terrain. Up for a serious challenge? Pay $68 (regularly $170) for a strenuous hike, which lasts about eight hours. Take a break from city life and get a great workout on this journey, led by an experienced guide and hiker. All three options include smoked-turkey sandwiches for lunch and conclude with a wine tasting at one of seven area establishments, so just like at that road race, you'll have a refreshing reward at the finish line.
Why You Should Go: You love a good hike, getting out in the fresh air and traversing through Georgia’s beautiful greenscapes, but when you need some recharging and refreshing, a bottle of water doesn’t always do the trick. Hike the hills and reward yourself with the grapes of the gods with Skywater Hiking and Wine Tours. What You Can Choose: $75 for a 3-4hour easy hike for two and wine tasting (up to $190 value) $100 for a 5-6hour moderate hike for two and wine tasting (up to $250 value) What You Should Know: Skywater pro hiker and tour group leader was born in Persia and has been an Atlanta-lover since 1995. His knowledge about the sport, the great outdoors, and the reward of wine shines through every trip as a member of the Sierra Club, Toastmasters, and a wilderness volunteer. Each hike includes a light lunch on the trail and a sip-saving taste at local wineries such as Château Élan, Boutier Winery and Habersham Winery. Lace up, trek the trails, and toast to your victory.
The great outdoors have a lot of good qualities, but even the most beautiful scenery can always be made better by one thing—a perfect wine. With today's deal you can have both: $39 buys a wine tasting and a hike from Georgia Wine Hiking—a $95 value. Excursions can last from three to four hours and include an easy hike of Stone Mountain or Fort Yargo and a wine tasting at Château Élan. A friendly guide will lead a tour of the local terrain, letting you put some distance between yourself and urban life. Once you've fully embraced nature your wine tasting will be waiting for you. With eight samples—including cheese—you'll be mightily rewarded for your efforts.With a walking stick in one hand and a glass of wine in the other, appreciate the outdoors in the best way possible with this deal from Georgia Wine Hiking.
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