Early Season Snowshoeing!

Snowshoe in Bend with Dave Nissen

If you've been watching the weather lately, you may know that Mt. Bachelor has received about 3 feet of snow in the last 24 days. RIGHT?! We are all doing our snow dances and getting very excited about the upcoming winter. It's still pretty early in the season, but we're ready to start offering snowshoeing to anyone interested. Fall is a unique time of year where you can snowshoe in the morning on freshly fallen snow and kayak on the Deschutes in the afternoon. (The leaves this time of year are out of this world. After that you can cruise downtown for dinner... but we don't need to plan your whole vacation. You get the idea.

What's so great about snowshoeing you ask? Think of snowshoeing as your all-access pass to the outdoors. These long, wide shoes allow you to travel where you couldn't get on your own. You can get off the beaten path and head to high peaks or deep forests. Or join us this winter and we'll take you straight to a bonfire complete with hot chocolate + hazelnut espresso vodka. Yep, that's real. 

Until then, call our office to book your early season snowshoe tour! 

Snowshoe Tours at Wanderlust