Update: Well, the snow was nice while it lasted, huh? With heavy wind and slightly above freezing temperatures after this week’s early snowfall, we’re, unfortunately, already starting to see some bare spots on the trails. With temperatures around 40 degrees on Friday, we stand to lose more. While we’ll be crossing all our digits hoping enough snow remains in certain spots to handle snowshoeing or skiing tonight, the fun will go still on with the trails open for an awesome night hike, if not. Either way, it’s a perfect way to start your winter weekend with a little exercise under the stars!
Start your weekend right! Enjoy the beauty and serenity of a crisp snowy evening on skis or snowshoes. Traverse our trails, lighted by the soft glow of lanterns, or those trails lit only by the light of the moon and stars. Refreshments will await you at the end of the trail! It’s an experience you won’t soon forget!
(Please call or check our website for current snow conditions before venturing out- event may need to be canceled due to poor snow or weather conditions.)
Fee: Non-Members: $5, Trail & All-Access Members: FREE!
Price does not include equipment. You are absolutely welcome to bring your own snowshoes or skis, or make it easy and rent a a pair of our snowshoes! ($10 per hour for non-members, $5 per hour for Trail Pass members, and FREE for All-Access Members). Please call 262-375-2715 ahead of time to reserve a pair- we have a limited amount of snowshoes they will be reserved on a first-come, first-served basis.