Snowshoeing in Kananaskis

November 24, 2019

March 31, 2020

$39 & up

Kananaskis Outfitters, 1 Mt Sparrowhawk Crescent, Kananaskis

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Events Description

Discover this 6000 year old mode of transportation. Embrace the Winter by walking across the thick snow pack instead of through it. While we journey, we will teach you the history of the Kananaskis valley. In the quiet and serenity of our snow covered forests you’ll learn how different species survive this harsh season.

  • This tour/activity will have a maximum of 15 travelers

Plan your trip

  • Dressing appropriately for the weather is essential, be sure to check the current weather report for Kananaskis (Nakiska Ridgetop) prior to arriving.
  • Thermal winter boots, Sorels or similar. UGG style boots will NOT work, we do have a limited number of winter boots for rent if you do not own this kind of footwear.
  • Warm hat, sunglasses, warm gloves or mitts.
  • Warm comfortable clothes to snowshoe in think wool or fleece or (preferably not cotton), dress in layers; long underwear, a mid layer (ex: fleece or softshell) and a jacket are perfect.
  • Winter jacket – try to avoid heavy ski jackets unless it is very cold. A warm, breathable jacket is ideal.
  • Lightly insulated pants or winter hiking pants.
  • Small backpack, with a snack and bottle of water.
  • When dressing for snowshoeing, wear warmer gloves than you might think you will need, and a cooler jacket than you think you will need. We always recommend bringing a small day pack to carry extra layers, water, and to put an extra layer back into if you are too hot.

HOW MUCH

Cost:
Adult (18 +):$75
Youth ( 10 to 17):$39
Child (Age from 6 to 9):$39

What’s Included:

  • Hot Beverage and Cookies
  • Professional guide
  • Snowshoes

How to get tickets?

Buy online

WHEN & WHERE

Through March 30, 2020

Tour departs everyday at 10:00am, and 1:00pm.

Duration: 2 hours

Venue:
Starts from: Kananaskis Outfitters, 1 Mt Sparrowhawk Crescent, Kananaskis, AB T0L 2H0, Canada
Ends at: Returns to original departure point

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