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.
Tallest mountain in the Tushar Mountains, Beaver and Piute Counties
Wide vistas above the northeast shore of Lake Tahoe... easy, moderate, strenuous hikes.
Exploring the flanks of Mt. Herman and the basins around Table Mountain
Ski, snowboard or snowshoe the wilderness area just west of the Mt. Baker Ski Area in Washington State.
Climb and ski a local favorite just outside of Winthrop, Washington.
Follow this incredible trail starting at the Stone Arch Bridge near Keene, NH and ending at the Massachusetts state line
The Northern Rail Trail follows the route of the Boston & Maine Railroad as it winds its way along the Mascoma River.
Bike or hike the history, scenery & wildlife of this fabled, classic trail from Little Orleans, MD to Cumberland, MD.
An easily accessible backcountry ski tour at Steven's Pass, Washington.
Lake Tahoe Backcountry Skiing
Lake Tahoe Winter Trails
Bear Valley Winter Trips
Spicer Road Groomed Trail
Hike, snowshoe, or nordic ski to this beautiful back-country cabin near the Colorado Trail and the continental divide.
Robbs Peak Overnight Ski and Snowshoe
Smooth as a baby's bottom, this trail cuts through northern Idaho wildlands on its journey from mountains to lake.
An exciting winter adventure from the Horizon Ridge Approach in Yosemite National Park
Easy snowshoeing/cross-country ski adventure, great for beginners, that takes you to an overlook of Odell Lake.
Waterfalls, rapids, wildlife, and a rugged volcanic landscape!