An overnight guided snowshoe tour is a fantastic way to explore scenic backcountry terrain and experience the thrill of a challenging adventure. Snowshoes allow you to hike easier in the snow providing you with the opportunity to tour wilderness terrain and nature in the winter.
Try snowshoeing in New Hampshire’s White Mountains, Grand Teton National Park, Taos Wilderness or the Sierra Mountains. Take your friends and family or meet fellow snowshoe enthusiasts on the tour. Each guided trip will take you on an adventure of a lifetime.
Grand Teton National Park’s Snowshoe Adventure
Snowshoe in Grand Teton National Park with the Hole Hiking Experience! “Experience winter and discover the splendor of Grand Teton National Park while enjoying the Murie Ranch, a National Historic Landmark within the Park. Winter is the season of silent beauty and the perfect time to explore this unique ecosystem.”
New Mexico’s Wilderness Snowshoe Adventure
Snowshoe in New Mexico’s Pristine Wilderness with Taos Snowshoe Adventures! “Join Taos Snowshoe Adventures for an unforgettable winter journey into New Mexico’s Southern Rocky Mountains, near Taos and Santa Fe. Taos Snowshoe Adventures is pleased to offer a unique opportunity to snowshoe to a backcountry yurt, and spend the night in the heart of New Mexico’s pristine wilderness!”
California’s Backcountry Snowshoe Adventure
Snowshoe in California with Sierra Mountain Center! “A guided hut trip is an ideal introduction to enjoying the winter backcountry. The hut sits near North Lake near the Paiute Pass Trailhead, a half-mile short of the John Muir Wilderness boundary. Inside is a wood fired stove to keep things warm and to warm up boots in the morning, a gas lantern to provide light during those long winter nights and a gas stove to keep the hot chocolate coming in the evenings or coffee to start the morning.”
White Mountain’s Snowshoe Adventure
Snowshoe in the White Mountains with REI Adventures! “This hut-to-hut snowshoeing getaway in New Hampshire’s White Mountains will take you on an exceptional loop from picturesque Crawford Notch to the remote, snow-covered Zealand Valley and back. Trip participants will hike on snowshoes and carry enough gear to travel safely in winter (25-35 pounds). If clear weather prevails, we’ll enjoy breathtaking views of the surrounding forest, peaks and ranges from numerous summits and viewpoints along the way. Our route is a challenging loop, linking a number of classic trails in the area.”