Join us for a proper Estes Park adventure! We offer a package exclusive with the award-winning Elkins Distillery and Vagabond Catering! We start with a 4 hour snowshoe through the winter wonderland of Rocky Mountain National Park. Enjoy the solitude of the snowy backcountry as we hike past unique ice formations, frozen lakes, & snow capped peaks. After your snowshoe tour, we’ll head over to Elkins Distillery and warm-up with a flight, featuring some of Colorado’s finest whisky. As we drink tasty whisky cocktails we’ll get a behind the scenes look at Estes Park’s only distillery!
Vagabond is a craft eatery that uses fresh, organic ingredients to create unique, delicious sandwiches & sides. Have dietary restrictions? No problem. We’re happy to provide, or cater, anything that fits your needs! See Vagabond Menu.
Certified guide, 4 hour snowshoe tour in RMNP, Snowshoes, Trekking Poles, Catered Lunch from Vagabond, 1 Whisky Cocktail per person, & a taster flight and a Distillery Tour.
ELKINS WINTER WARM-UP SNOWSHOE TOUR PRICES
1-10 People: $225.00/person
11-20 People: $165.00/person
21+ People: $125.00/person
Extra Large Groups: Price Varies, Please give us a call.
Come join us for a 4, 6, or 8 hour guided snowshoe tour in beautiful Rocky Mountain National Park. The National Park offers some of the most breathtaking scenery in Northern Colorado, untouched winter landscapes and crisp, fresh air! We would love to take you into the backcountry and guide you through the winter wonderland of Rocky Mountain National Park.
SNOWSHOE TOUR PRICES
4 hour starting at $135
6 hour starting at $185
8 hour starting at $280
For Extra Large Groups: Price varies, Please give us a call.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
WHAT SHOULD I BRING FOR SNOWSHOEING?
– Sunscreen/Lip Balm (Especially at high altitude sun exposure)
– Polarized Sunglasses (Snow can be very bright)
– Warm Hat
– Waterproof Boots
– Multiple layers so you can bundle up when it gets cold and shed them hen it gets hot.
– A waterproof or water repellent layer to block wind and snow.
– Extra wool socks
– A small day pack to carry these items
– Water (Stay hydrated, better to much than to little!)
WHAT SHOULD I WEAR?
Please feel free to ask any questions! We recommend wearing comfortable, loose fitting, synthetic clothing. NO COTTON! Mountain weather is unpredictable, so be prepared for rain, sun, and cold weather. We suggest bringing many layers to be ready for the always changing Colorado weather.
WHAT SHOULD I EAT?
Food is important for both half and full day trips. A light snack for half days and a nutritious lunch for full days. Water is the most important item of all. On trips longer than 4 hours long, we will supply lunch, so please reach out to us if you have any dietary restrictions!
If you cancel a trip for any reason up to 24 hours before your trip, you are entitled to a full refund. We cannot refund within 24 hours or for no shows the day of the trip. If weather is bad and we have to cancel, you will receive a full refund. We will pro-rate an outing for the time you were not able to hike.
Our guides are professional, out-going and experienced. All our guides are CPR and First Aid certified. Guides are compensated for their time but happily accept gratuities for exceptional service.