Snowshoeing Guides and Trips in United StatesBelow are popular Snowshoeing guides and trips in United States that you can use to plan your next adventure. You can download guides, including a detailed map, description and points of interest for a small fee to your iPhone or Android.
This trail is part of the Walker Ranch Open Space area southwest of Boulder, Colorado.
From Massabesic Lake to Great Bay, this trail offers pretty ponds, beautiful bridges and a shady ride in the NH forests.
A complete guide to all the Adirondack 4,000 ft peaks including gps tracks, photos, description and turn by turn details
Scale two great Northern Sierra peaks in just one short day-hike.
Pristine alpine lakes, picturesque creeks, abandoned mines and glorious summer wildflower displays.
A gentle hike with spectacular red rock views
Pleasant trail through pine forest; plus a waterfall; a well-defined trail to the summit; and, views galore.
Whether you're approaching on foot, in snowshoes or on cross-country skis this is a great sierra adventure for all.
An intense dayhike or moderate backpack in the Cucamonga Wilderness.
This hike starts in a flower-filled meadow and just gets better.
Conquer the summit of Mt Rose and enjoy the waterfalls, alpine lakes and great Lake Tahoe views.
Enjoy an easy lakeside stroll or snowshoe in the Tahoe National Forest.
Burton Creek SP
A Moderate 4 Mile Trek
Enjoy this loop trail that meanders along creeks, beside a pond, through pumpkin fields and over Colorado hills.
The Ashuelot Rail-Trail, located near Keene, New Hampshire is a 23 mile, four season trail with something for everyone.
Subalpine meadow teeming with flowers and wildlife... ideal for a quick, flat hike with the entire family
Summer boating, fall colors, winter snowshoeing, and spring waterfalls make this El Dorado park enjoyable year round
High alpine lakes aplenty in the Tahoe National Forest.
Follow the beautiful South Boulder Creek past grazing cattle and spot wildlife of all kinds on this marvelous trail.