Snowshoe Safety, shelters and Winter teas

Snowshoe teas and trees!

Join us in Kananaskis country or in Public lands for a wild, winter edible plant walk on snowshoes.

  • Learn how to read animal tracks and wildlife signs.
  • Learn about edible wild foods in winter
  • Enjoy, in your own thermos, one of nature's wild winter teas, fresh that day!
  • Special snowshoe foraging outings run Mid-February to the end of March, depending on conditions.

Price: $85 per adult $60 per child, for a full  day. Minimum 6 people. (Snowshoes not included).

Current Course Dates:  Contact us to set up a private outing!

Time frame:  10:00am - 2:00 pm (Driving time not included).

Possible locations include:

Black Prince Cirque or Ribbon Creek in Kananaskis area. Sibbald lake parking area, West Bragg Creek, or in the South,  Long Prairie Loop or Brown Lowrey Provincial Park.

Snowshoes can be rented from: the U of C outdoor centre (NW), The Norseman Outdoor Specialists and Rapid Rent, (in the SW), Kananaskis Outfitters in Kananaskis Village and Moose Mtn. General Store, in Bragg Creek.

Meeting location will be emailed to you once you have registered for an outing. It will include a list of things to bring, directions and weather conditions. A Waiver and Medical form are included for participants to fill out. They must be read and signed to attend.

Meet up at:  Barrier Lake Information Centre for all highway 40 Kananaskis outings.

Group sizes will comply with covid policies, currently, for easy physical spacing, that is a maximum of 12 participants. Please bring your own lunch, a thermos with a hot drink and all personal clothing layers.

Please do not attend if you or anyone in your household, are feeling unwell.

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