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Floating on Snow (Shoe) Tours - Heritage Inspirations Immersive Active & Cultural Tours
Posted Nov 6, 2017
Heritage Inspirations Tours offers Snowshoe Tours all winter long! Enjoy the beauty of winter exploring the snowy Taos wilderness on Amole Canyon scenic trail.
Two tours are offered:
TAOS SNOWSHOE DAY TOUR
Your tour starts and ends at El Monte Sagrado Resort in Taos and includes Transportation, Snowshoes and Pole Rental, and Lunch. 10am – 2pm | 2 per person min $119 pp | $89 with 4 or more.
Transportation is provided to Amole Canyon for a 2-mile round trip at 8,150′ elevation. Your guide is First Aid, CPR & Leave-No-Trace Certified.
TAOS SNOWSHOE + YOGA DAY TOUR
Enjoy the same snowshoe adventure above at beautiful Amole Canyon plus a beginner's Yoga Class to start off your day! (yoga mat supplied) 9am – 2pm | 2 per person min $139 pp | $109 with 4 or more.
Snowshoe tours are available December 13, 2017 to April 8, 2018.
See our blog Floating On Snow for a detailed description of the experience.
For more information and to reserve your snowshoeing adventure, see http://heritageinspirations.com/taos-full-day-tours/snowshoeing-tour/.Visit Site