Guided Snowshoeing in Rocky Mountain National Park!
Come and join our staff for a guided snowshoe tour in beautiful Rocky Mountain National Park. The National Park offers some of the most breathtaking scenery and beautiful snowshoeing in northern Colorado. Our guides will take you out into the backcountry and guide you through the winter wonderland of RMNP.
All of our rental snowshoes are new every year, so you are guaranteed to be on the latest and greatest equipment out there. Also, all equipment is provided at no extra charge.
A Quick Breakdown of the Trips we Offer
4 HOUR - $54/ person 2 person min. $85 for one.
Snowshoe to Emerald Lake (passing Dream Lake and Nymph Lake along the way), Lake Hiayaha, or Mills Lake. Amazing views of snow cover peaks, sheer cliff faces, and beautiful mountain lakes abound on these hikes. This trip gives you a chance to get a little further from the crowds and enjoy the quiet of snowy mountains.
6 HOUR - $79/person 2 person min. $149 for one.
Get off the beaten path with a 6 hour trip and head up to Flattop Mountain, the Boulderfield, or one of our park's more remote lakes. This trip gives you more time to explore and play in the snow! The more distance you cover, the more amazing views you can see.
8 HOUR - $100/person 2 person min. $180 for one.
Go farther and longer if you have the endurance!
We provide snowshoes, hiking poles, and winter boots
at no additional charge (a $20.00 value)!
Lunch and Gratuity are not included.
Call 970-586-6548 to schedule your trip!
Things you should know...
What Should I Bring?
Polarized sunglasses. They make it easier to see and provide eye protection. Snow can be very bright! Sunscreen, brimmed hat, a warm insulation layer, snacks for half day trips and bagged lunch for full day trips. Always have plenty of water along.
What Should I Wear?
Wear comfortable, loose fitting clothing. Mountain weather is unpredictable, so be prepared for rain, snow, sun, cold weather, and wind. You can wear your own waterproof boots if you have them or borrow a pair from us at no additional charge.
What Should I Eat?
Food is important for both half and full day trips. A light snack for half days and a nutritious lunch for full days. Water is probably the most important item of all (a good rule is about 1 liter per 4 hour trip).
What Should I Bring?
- Multiple layers so you can bundle up when cold and shed them when you get hot.
- A waterproof or water repellant layer is helpful for blocking the wind and snow.
- A small day pack to carry these items is also important
Yes, we have a fully stocked outdoor supply retail store.
What If It Rains? or Bad weather?
It really doesn't rain in the winter, but If the weather is bad we may have to cancel the trip with a full refund. We will make every effort to reschedule your trip if desired.
If you cancel a trip for any reason up to 24 hours before your trip, you are entitled to a full refund. We cannot refund for no shows the day of the trip. If weather is bad and we have to cancel there is a full refund. We will pro-rate an outing for the time you were not able to snowshoe.
Our guides are patient, well-trained professionals eager to take you out on a snowshoe trip. All our guides are CPR and First Aid certified. Guides are compensated for their time but happily accept gratuities for exceptional service.
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