ALL INCLUSIVE PACKAGES
OFFERED ASK YOUR ADIRONDACK HOSTS
We would also like to fulfill your special needs. No locks placed on those rigorous time-frame packages or specific itineraries. Do nothing or do it all. At Back To Basics we propose that you create your own wilderness experience package based on your needs or enthusiasm.
We will try our best to accommodate all your individual requests, but there are just two of us here, and we do have to contact others to meet some requests that are not located on site. The earlier your contact with us, the better chance we can fulfill all or most of your requests.
Adirondack catered accommodations is what your recreational host are here for. Your recreational outdoor wilderness package awaits you at Back To Basics. Your may chose from adventure or just wilderness catered accommodations.
The Adirondacks have a wilderness that have catered to the recreational aspect, but Kim, would like to accommodate you and your needs in the Adirondacks. Your outdoor adventure or respite package is based on your recreational and personal needs, not ours. So come Back To Basics and be catered to with unique accommodations and recreational adventures.
These are the current all-inclusive Adirondack packages that our guest have requested, if you have others that you would like to see or experience, please - please - please do not hesitate to ask for that special touch.
All packages are all-inclusive, if you would like to mix and match, they will do their best to accommodate all your requests.
That special Birthday present can be found with Kim. We invite you to join us for the special event. Let us help you plan the extras to treat and surprise your special birthday guest.
Your Birthday Package Includes:
Breakfast in bed
(on the date of your choice)
(on the date of your choice - this does include the birthday cake)
Unlimited use of the canoes
Extras you might consider for your birthday guest
Extras to pack in for the guided hike
Banners or special decor upon arrival to Back To Basics
(please contact Kim directly for what you are looking for in details)
Cross Country Skiing Package
Cross country skiing -- where the snow is deep, white, and fluffy all winter long. Choose from miles of groomed trails or attempt one of the remote backcountry ski trails. Ski the wilderness and enjoy a mix of hardwoods and the majestic Southern Adirondack Pines. Consider joining Kim for a few days of fabulous skiing in the Southern Adirondacks.
Your Cross Country Ski Package Includes:
(Crow's Nest or Whitetail Run Yurt)
Snowshoeing Backcountry Vacation Package
Enjoy snowshoeing in the South Central Adirondack Mountains. Explore the remote backwoods and solitude that winter has so graciously offered. Each snowshoeing trip is fun and uniquely different, and led by you hosts. Consider a first time try at shoeing, or take in the distance.
Your Snowshoeing Package Includes:
(Crow's Nest or Whitetail Run Yurt)
Half-Day Guided Snowshoe Trex
SENIOR CITIZENS BABY BOOMERS
ADULT VACATION PACKAGE
Our senior citizens mean a lot to us, and we feel at Back To Basics that the packages offered to our senior population are financially quite strapping based on income levels. Our seniors deserve more for their life endeavors and experience. We at Back to Basics propose that our seniors develope their own vacation package based on their travel needs, vacation ideas, and income.
Wilderness accommodations rates for our seniors:
Normally: $ 95.00/night
Your Cost: $ 42.00/night
Owl's Nest Treehouse:
Your Cost: $45.00
Bear Necessities Cabin:
Normally: $ 120.00/night
Your Cost: $ 55.00/night
Normally: 15.00/day rental
Yours Cost: Free
Normally: $10.00/weekdays and 12.00/weekends
Seniors 60-74: $6.00/weekdays and 8.00/weekends
Seniors 75+: Free
Normally: $ 90.00/day
Your Cost: $ 45.00/day
Your Cost: $45.00/day
Normally: $ 25.00/hour
Your Cost: $ 23.00/hour
Meals plans at Back To Basics, is for our guest ease, all senior meals will be given a 25% discount.
Normally: $ 110.00/night
Your Cost: $ 65.00/night
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