What started thousands of years ago as an essential mode of winter transportation has evolved into a popular recreational activity. But if you’ve never done it before, you might ask, why go snowshoeing? Here are a few reasons:
It’s great winter exercise: If you’re looking for a way to stay in shape even when the snow falls, snowshoeing is an excellent low-impact aerobic exercise. It lets you extend your hiking and running season and lets you enjoy solitude in areas that might be crowded in summer.
It’s a great social activity: All ages and ability levels can enjoy the sport together.
It’s inexpensive: If gear and lift-ticket prices for skiing and snowboarding give you pause, you’ll be happy to know that snowshoeing is affordably priced. Your required gear includes snowshoes and appropriate attire; poles are also recommended, but not required.
Operation hours: 09:00 - 17:00
1. Hiking with snowshoes. Hiking with a guide
Equipment: snowshoes and poles
- Half-day / Adults: 23₼
- Full day / Adults: 35₼
2. Hiking with a guide
Equipment: poles only (in snowless winter and summer)
- Half-day / Adults: 17₼ (minimum 3 pax)
- Full day / Adults: 19₼ (minimum 3 pax)
3. Rental of equipment without a guide
Equipment: Snowshoes and poles
- Half-day / Adults: 5₼
- Full day / Adults: 8₼