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The Explorer’s Passage Launches Revolutionary War Hiking Adventure

Story by The Explorer's Passage

Posted: February 26, 2016

The Explorer’s Passage (TEP), the leader in historical-based adventure travel, is proud to announce an expansion of its offerings in 2016 to include New York by launching The General’s Fortress single day tour. Guests on The General’s Fortress Adventure will learn about the history of the American Revolutionary War while exploring the stunningly beautiful Hudson River Valley.

“We are very excited to be adding this Hudson River Valley adventure as part of our suite of tours. New York is rich in history and many important events in the Revolutionary War took place here,” says Jeff Bonaldi, Founder of The Explorer’s Passage, a tour guide company that emphasizes adventure and history. “In the fall of 1777, the British had taken two Colonialist forts near what is now Bear Mountain State Park. To prevent them from taking control of the Hudson River General Washington commanded for the Construction of Fortress West Point. In The General’s Fortress adventure, clients hike the 1777 East trail on Bear Mountain as well as explore the campus of West Point, one of Americas most extraordinary institutions.”

The General’s Fortress Adventure features unparalleled service and excellence that guests have to come to expect from TEP’s other tours. From personalized attention and support on the trail, to a farm to table lunch at the Bear Mountain Inn and closing toast at the historic Fraunces Tavern in Manhattan, The Explorer’s Passage continues to set the industry standard for producing extraordinary customer experiences.

Tour departure dates to begin in April 2016.

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