Experience the White Winter Wonderland of the North Cascades on our Guided Snowshoeing Adventure!
Strap on your snowshoes and let the wilderness of the North Cascades envelope you with its beauty and serenity. Mountain peaks, alpine meadows, valleys and forests are all elegantly dressed in white. Stop. Listen. Look. Take it all in!
First time snowshoeing? Stephanie, our expert local snowshoeing guide, will prepare you with her Snowshoeing 101 lesson. You’ll quickly get comfortable with your equipment and be hiking in the snow! No matter your activity level, you are guaranteed a wonderful workout.
We are usually out for about 2 hours, however weather and snow condition can quickly change and modify our plan.
Snowshoeing areas are within a 2-hr drive from Anacortes/Mount Vernon. The Winter scenery along the Mount Baker or the North Cascades Loop Scenic Byways is mesmerizing.
Note: This North Cascades Guided Snowshoeing is weather dependent. We recommend making yourself available for a couple of days or be willing to use alternate trails/location for a hike.
NOVEMBER – MARCH
9:30 am – 4:30 pm
$104 Child (10 & under)
Activity level: moderate
IDEAL FOR BEGINNERS
To schedule this Adventure, please call us at (360) 474-7479. After setting the date, come back, click below and go to date to
“Stephanie was the best guide ever! She was knowledgeable, friendly, and attentive. I do not think we could have asked for more in a guide or had a better day. We will definitely be coming back for more adventures!”
Included: guide, transportation, snowshoe rental
Not included: lunch, taxes & fees, gratuity
Very small group size: 1-5 Adventurers
What to bring: lunch/snacks, beverage, synthetic/merino wool/down layers, 2 pairs of gloves, hat, full rain gear (jacket and pants) in your backpack, as well as a change of shoes and socks. Sunglasses are a good idea. Snow boots are a must to keep your feet warm and dry. Snowboard boots are even better and can be rented at the Mount Baker Ski Area Lodge for an additional fee.
Pick-up & drop-off locations: Anacortes, LaConner, Burlington and Mount Vernon