Colorado trails have a beautiful and different character in winter, and snowshoeing is the perfect way to experience them! Snowshoeing is great exercise and allows you to enjoy the peace and beauty of the winter wonderland away from the crowded ski slopes. Snowshoes distribute your weight over a larger area and keep your feet from sinking too deeply into the snow. They also have cleats that provide traction and prevent you from slipping and falling.
Because snowshoes are meant to float and support you in fluffy snow, they are not necessary on firm-packed snow. For that reason, snow and trail conditions will dictate whether we use snowshoes or hike on your scheduled tour. If hiking on firm-packed snow, we’ll use Spikes & poles instead of snowshoes. When you book a snowshoe or winter tour I will choose the trail and equipment that is appropriate for the day. This flexibility is required because of the changing storm cycles, wind, and cold temperatures. Warm ski clothing and winter boots are necessary for your comfort, safety, and enjoyment of the forests in winter.
Snowshoe tours are available in winter months subject to weather and trail conditions. Generally, snow conditions are adequate from late November through March. long mission statements, company policies, executive profiles, company awards/distinctions, office locations, shareholder reports, whitepapers, media mentions and other pieces of content that don’t fit into a shorter, more succinct space.
Snowshoes or Spikes
ADULTS and 13+ years old - $99.00 per person
CHILD ages 8 - 12 years old - $50.00 per person
Kids 7 and under are no charge and the pace of the slowest participant is respected.
NOTE: No baby/toddler carriers or backpacks are provided. If your child is not able to walk the entire length of the hike, you must bring your own carrier.
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