Moonlight Snowshoe Tour

Winter Hike Under a Stary Sky

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On this adventure, we will be immersing ourselves in the forest under a moonlit sky. Without a doubt, exploring winter landscapes under a full moon is an unmatched experience. There is stillness, peacefulness, and silence that only exist under the stars, allowing for an opportunity to tap into the wilderness unattainable during the day.  After strapping snowshoes to our boots, we relaxingly walk through the shadows of tall Pine and Fir trees gaining access to large alpine meadows. Through these meadows, the expanse of the night sky opens up allowing the piercing moonlight to illuminate the snow. Snow crystals on the surface of the snow catch and reflect moonlight creating an ever-changing flickering light show as we move with each step. Roughly 2 hours will be spent walking through the various meadows and forests as we create a loop. Due to the large meadows and open sky various constellations ranging from Orion, Pegasus, Pisces, Andromeda, and more will be available to see and be pointed out with a high-powered laser. Due to the area and time of day, seeing another group will be unlikely. So step off the beaten path and allow us to show you a true mountain outing you won’t surely forget.


$60 per person

Tour Duration - 2-2.5 hours

Tour Times:
7:00pm — 9:00pm
Snowshoes and hiking poles are provided!
Most of our group sizes are small. However, there may be up to 8 people max on our group hikes. 

Page Meadows, Silver Tip Dr,  Tahoe City. 

This hike takes place at Page Meadows in North Lake Tahoe. During snowy and slippery road conditions, 4 wheel drive vehicles with good tires are required to get to our meeting location. 


We love bringing our dogs on hikes! If you have a well-behaved furry friend, we are happy to allow you to bring your dog along with prior notice.

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Absolutely magical experience! We have never done anything that has compared this. Very Unique

Robb (Nov 2021)