Snowmobile tours are the most enjoyable way to experience the High Uinta Mountains during the winter season. If you’re looking for a real adrenaline rush, this is the tour for you!
- 1 Person Private Tour
- Private Group Booking for 2-5 people price per person
- Private Group Booking for 6 or more people price per person
SNOWSHOEING PARK CITY, UTAH
Our privately guided Park City area snowshoeing tours are great for beginners and experts. No experience is necessary, yet the tours are customized to be fun for everyone, even the most seasoned of snowshoeing enthusiasts.
Snowshoes and poles will be provided.
All you have to do is show up in warm, winter clothing and snow boots that are comfortable for hiking. Good quality socks such as wool, hiking, or ski socks are strongly recommend for comfort, warmth, and preventing blisters.
If you don’t have appropriate winter hiking boots available, standard hiking boots would be the next best option. If athletic shoes is your best option, let us know and we’ll pack a pair of Gore-Tex over shoes and gators to give you a waterproof later.
The tours can last anywhere from two to four hours.
All tours are privately guided. Due to varying abilities, we do not mix groups.
When you book with us, you get to choose from these locations for your snowshoeing adventure:
Park City Public Trails – Experience the beauty of Park City, Utah while snowshoeing through its high desert foothills or subalpine forests and canyons. Depending on snow levels, your trail might take you past historical mining sites that used to be the economic foundation of this mountainside town, near ski slopes, or to the wide open protected wildlife habitat spaces in the area.
Summit County Private Trails – Snowshoe where most don’t get to go and enjoy your tour on a private ranch at North Forty Escapes in Oakley or Dikker Hill Ranch in Echo, Utah. Both ranch locations are about 30-40 minutes away from downtown Park City.
North Forty Escapes in Oakley: Get up close and personal with alpine forests of aspen trees and cottonwoods, and spring-fed mountain streams of the Weber River Canyon in the Uinta Mountain range.
Dikker Hill working ranch in Echo: The eagles soar while the deer and elk roam over this high desert plateau filled with gambel oak and sage brush, with a red cliff backdrop at the mouth of Echo Canyon.
Morgan County Private Trails – Red sandstone cliffs are not only reserved for Southern Utah. Northern Utah has its fair share, and this private working ranch lets you get up close and personal with their majesty along with the local family-style ranching culture.
Snowshoeing is one of the fastest-growing winter sports in the Park City area. After you book a snowshoeing tour with us, you’ll know why. Let our guides take you on an adventure that only we can provide.
Book your tour with us today!
(Tour location is subject to change, at the guides discretion, due to weather and snow conditions.)
Is this suitable for young children?
SUNRISE TOUR: Yes, as the trips are designed for the abilities of all participants. This makes for a great family activity.
SUNSET TOUR: Yes, all trips are designed for the ability level of all participants. This makes for a great family adventure.
SNOWSHOE TOUR & FIRESIDE DINNER: Yes, this activity is suitable for young people with snowshoe experience. This is not a difficult tour but weather and snow conditions can be a factor. Take plenty of extra warm clothing for the younger folks.
FULL MOON TOUR: Yes, these tours are designed for all ability levels but if the departure time is later or the weather is inclement some thought to the enjoyment level for children should be considered.
HISTORIC PARK CITY TOUR: Yes, these tours can be designed for families with small children.
CUSTOM TOUR: Yes, custom tours can accommodate young children with certain considerations such as weather, length of tour, choice of terrain and the ability level of the younger members.
What should I wear?
SUNRISE TOUR: Warm but layered clothing (ski clothing works great) warm boots, hats, and gloves are a must.
SUNSET TOUR: Warm but layered clothing (ski clothing works well) warm boots, hat, and gloves are a must.
SNOWSHOE & FIRESIDE DINNER TOUR: Warm layered clothing (ski clothing works great) an added layer for cold evenings, warm boots, hat, and gloves.
FULL MOON TOUR: Warm layered clothing (ski clothing works well) an added layer on those cold nights, warm boots, hat, and gloves.
HISTORIC PARK CITY TOUR: Warm but layered clothing (ski clothing works well) warm boots, hat, and gloves are a must.
CUSTOM TOURS: Warm layered clothing (i.e. ski clothing), an added layer for extra cold days or nights, warm boots, gloves, and hat.
What should I bring?
SUNRISE TOUR: Sunglasses, small backpack, sunscreen, lip balm and any personal Items you may want.
SUNSET TOUR: Sunglasses small backpack, lip balm, a headlamp if you have one and any other personal items you choose.
HISTORIC PARK CITY TOUR: Sunglasses, small backpack sunscreen, lip balm, and any personal items.
FULL MOON TOUR: Small Back Pack, lip balm, a headlamp if available and any personal items.
CUSTOM TOURS: Sunglasses, small backpack, lip balm, personal items and the items required for the custom type tour.
SNOWSHOE & FIRESIDE DINNER TOUR: Sunglasses, small backpack, lip balm, a headlamp if available and personal items
Can I bring a camera? Any special considerations?
Yes, and a waterproof disposable with flash is the safest choice but that decision is up to you.
Do I need to sign a waiver?
Yes, on all tours. Children under the age of 18 must be accompanied by an adult and their waiver must be signed by a parent or legal guardian.
What else should I know?
Trip times may be customized to accommodate each group.
Specialized trips are also available upon request.
Private trips for one person are available.
Transportation is available for an extra charge.
Weather in the mountains changes frequently. Dress in layers, prepared for the most extreme.
How cold will it be? Consult the local weather forecast posted in the media.
There are restrooms in the Log Cabin at the base.
*Sales tax and gratuity are not included in the price.
** 48-hour cancellation policy is enforced.
Snowshoeing has always been a well-loved pastime here in the mountains. Lately, it has become even more popular, giving it the status of being one of the fastest-growing winter sports, and you will quickly understand why as soon as you venture out in your first pair of snowshoes!
A snowshoe tour across our beautiful 9,000-acre private ranch, or around the foothills of Park City will leave you smiling and red-cheeked with memories that will last a lifetime. Our experienced guides will take you along a breathtaking course over rolling hills and through groves of snowcapped aspens. Keep your eyes open – you may even be treated to glimpses of some extraordinary wildlife out here!
The scenery here in the foothills of the Uinta Mountains is amazing and you will find yourself deep in a picturesque winter mountain scene. The guides know the area well and are happy to share their experiences and knowledge, so you may hear some great stories and learn something new! Snowshoeing in Park City, Utah and its neighboring towns of northern Utah is a one-of-a-kind experience in an idyllic setting, far away from traffic and crowds, and one that should not be passed up. Destination Sports will make all the necessary arrangements, leaving you with nothing more to do than show up and have a great time!
- Mountain scenery
- All ability levels
- Great fun
- Pristine vistas