Available in winter months subject to weather and trail conditions. Generally, snow conditions are adequate from late November through March.
The trails have a beautiful and different character in winter. Winter tours are often a nice change of pace from skiing. Snowshoes are meant to float and support you in fluffy snow. Snow and trail conditions will dictate whether we use snowshoes or hike. Often in the winter the snow is packed and firm in that condition snowshoes are not necessary.
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.