Not Too Late to Snowshoe

Flickr, Scott Serfas

Flickr, Scott Serfas

Curious about Snowshoeing? It’s not too late to try it out. Enjoy one last Ranger-led expedition through the beautiful Glacier National Park, Saturday, March 20.

Everyone has some seasonal gear that they’ve stored away for ‘when they have time’. Make that time now!

The snowshoe walk is a two-hour free event, although Park Entry is required. ($20 vehicle 7-day pass/$10 single person)

There are two walks offered on Saturday. One begins at 10:30 am, and the second at 2 pm. Bring your own snowshoes or rent some at Glacier National Park. All participants should meet fifteen minutes early at the Apgar Visitor Center and wear winter boots and weather-appropriate layered clothing. Please bring your own water and snacks.

The best part is—there are no excuses! No reservations are required as there is no group size limit, and kids as young as 6 are invited to participate.

So get out those snowshoes! Get ready! And if you have any other questions, call the Park at 406-888-7800.

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