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Adults
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Children
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Powderfest Snowshoeing

Winter is king amid the peaks of Banff National Park. With an average annual snowfall of over 4.5m, this area is superb for trying this ancient and efficient mode of travel. Technically, if you can walk, you can snowshoe! Aerobically, this is rated as a moderate to strenuous activity. After gearing up and being briefed on the basics, we will venture uphill into the forest and look for signs of creatures that have adapted to the harsh winter conditions. You will learn how to read the tracks of different animals. Snowshoes and poles included.

Location: Guides Cabin
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