Our guided snowshoeing tours are private and personalized just for you. Whether you’re interested in getting your heart rate pumping, seeing beautiful mountains, staying local, or exploring the nearby backcountry, our guides will make sure you get the experience you’re looking for. We’ll set you up with the right equipment – snowshoes to help keep you above the surface of the snow and trekking poles for stability. All you need to do is dress in layers, wear warm snow boots, and bring water and snacks. We’ll handle the rest, including route finding, planning, and the proper safety precautions required for spending a day in a winter environment.
Local Snowshoeing Tour
Our snowshoe guides know the Park City area better than anyone, and can customize a snowshoeing tour based on your interests and fitness level. Let your guide deal with the planning, safety, and navigating, so you can get out and enjoy the winter landscape.
Backcountry Snowshoeing Tour
Our snowshoeing tours to the Uinta Mountains let you experience the rugged beauty of a true wilderness environment without having to worry about backcountry safety. Our professional guides will help you explore unforgettable places that you’d never go on your own.
Moonlight Snowshoeing Tour
Available for booking any night during winter, our Moonlight Snowshoeing Tours are an unforgettable way to get in touch with nature and experience a whole other side of the mountains during winter. Our local guides will lead you through alpine meadows and forests of aspen and evergreen trees, lit only by the moon and headlamps. And since this tour is just an hour long, it’s easy to fit into your day or even follow up with an equally unforgettable experience at Deer Valley’s Fireside Dining at Empire Lodge to complement your night.
Historic Snowshoeing Tour
Explore Park City’s rich mining history, and get some exercise at the same time with our Historic Snowshoeing Tour. This three-hour tour takes you past historic mining sites, many of which have remnants of old mine buildings or views of the entrances to closed mining tunnels.