My wife and I recently took Wilderness Voyageurs 6 day bike trip from Pittsburgh to Washington DC. What a great trip! The route follows the Great Allegheny Passage and C&O Towpath trails, allowing you to ride more than 300 miles without ever encountering a car! Traveling in early October, we were treated to an amazing display of fall colors as well as abundant wildlife including deer, muskrats, turtles, a barred owl, and even a black bear cub.
Our Wilderness Voyageurs guides, Josh and Montana, were excellent - always at the ready to fix a flat or provide a snack. The included meals were delicious and filling and though the hotel accommodations ran the gamut from rustic to funky to elegant, they were always clean and comfortable. Overall, we were quite happy with the value of the trip versus the price we paid.
My only warning to anyone considering this trip is to train accordingly. This tour packs a lot of riding into 6 days, which might be a challenge for a casual cyclist. Recognizing this, Wilderness Voyageurs provides a training program in their registration packets, which I suggest prospective riders put to good use. We were glad we had trained so that we could ride every mile and really savor the ever changing scenery of this incredible bike adventure.