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Experience the serenity of Enchanted Forest
with a Guided Snowshoe Tour!

Guided snowshoe tours offer a taste of the solitude and quiet that defines winter at Enchanted Forest. Take in spectacular views and stop for photos while you learn about the history and ecology of Enchanted Forest.

Available (with advance reservations) at 9:30 a.m. & 1:30 p.m.

Tour includes knowledgeable (natural and human history) guide, snowshoes, snow boots (if needed), trekking poles (also optional), and trail passes.

If you are traveling by yourself, please call 575-754-6112 to see if there is a group you can join.

Distance: 1 to 3 miles
Level of Difficulty: Easy – Moderate.
Location: Based on fitness levels and conditions.

Snowshoeing is suitable for children ages 9 and up.

What is Included

  • Rentals — snowshoes and (optional) warm winter boots and snowshoe poles*
  • Trail-use pass
  • 1.5 hour tour

* If you own your own snowshoes, or are a Season Pass holder, book the a la Carte Snowshoe Tour.


  • Ages 18-59 — $97 am; $92 pm

  • Ages 13-17, Seniors 60+, Military-Veteran, First Responders (must show an ID) — $92 am; $87 pm

  • Ages 70+ — $87 am; $82 pm

  • Ages 12 & Under — $50 am; $45 pm



I don’t have warm, waterproof winter boots for snowshoeing. Does Enchanted Forest provide winter boots for this activity?

Yes! You can use your own boots if you wish or we provide winter boots and poles at no additional charge.

While I am snowshoeing, what should I do with my shoes, boots, or other belongings?

We have lockers and shelves to store your shoes or boots while you are out skiing but you may choose to leave your footwear in a locker or in your vehicle. We ask that any additional belongings like jackets, clothing and backpacks be safely stored in a locker or vehicle and not all over the Warming Hut.

When does equipment need to be returned?

All rented equipment is due back by 4:30 pm. If you are running late, please call so we know you are safe.

How do I dress for snowshoeing?

Wear layers! moisture-wicking long underwear, waterproof pants and jacket (insulated are good for cold days, but wind-proof un-insulated are ideal for warm days), gloves, hat (or headband). Always wear sunscreen and UV sunglasses!

Snowshoeing Dress Code: Tips For What Clothing To Wear