Discover winter wildlife survival strategies and spectacular habitat in one of the snowiest places on earth - Cedar Valley.
Experienced naturalist guides will take you on a guided interpretive tour, explaining the area's unique natural features and highlights along the way. These snowshoe tours are ideal for anyone who wants to explore Fernie's beautiful winter environment and learn from knowledgeable, local guides.
Time: Every Thursday 9am (also available on other days and at 1pm on request)
Difficulty: Easy. Suitable for most ages and abilities
Price: $70/adult $180/family (includes 2 adults and all immediate children). Snowshoes, poles, homemade snacks and hot cider included.
Min. # of guests: 2
Meeting location: Overflow parking lot at Mt Fernie Provincial Park
ADVANCE BOOKINGS ESSENTIAL - BOOK ONLINE
Travelling alone and would like to join a tour? Call us to be waitlisted and we'll let you know if the tour will go ahead.
Lee-Anne Walker came as an interpretive naturalist for the summer in 1983 and never left. Teaching natural history for the local college mountain adventure program, she has worked as an eco-tour guide guiding hikes, snowshoe tours, canoe trips and step-on-bus tours. Her enthusiasm and knowledge of Fernie's natural and human history will inspire a unique sense of place.
NB: Map co-ordinates refer to meeting place at the Mt Fernie Provincial Park Overflow Parking Lot.