Intro to Snowshoeing on San Jacinto Adventure
January 15th, 2018
No need to let snow on the ground slow you down when you are wearing snowshoes and have an adventure specialist from Wilderness Trio! We are going to be taking the Palm Springs Aerial Tram up to San Jacinto State Park where we will get the snowshoes on, eat snacks, hike around, team build, eat again, and trek through some beautiful and majestic scenery.
Pick up some skills on snowshoeing, navigating in the snow, and some snow safety
- A guided trip by one of our friendly adventure specialists
- The use of snowshoes
- A small lunch prepared for you
- Wilderness Trio swag...Could be a hat, shirt, or beanie! Who knows what kinda treasure you'll score
- A recap video, plenty of photos of you in action, and memories of your epic adventure you'll remember forever!
Cost: $65 per person
There are only 8 spots available. You will need to buy your own aerial tram lift ticket when we arrive (they are $25)
Level of Activity
If you have never snowshoed before, no problem! While the routes aren't technical, treacherous, or extremely diffucult, just know that snowshoeing requires more energy and acvitity than traditional hiking. We are expecting to cover around 4-5 miles of ground as well as about 950 feet in elevation gain.
Difficulty Rating: 3
We rate our adventures on a 1-5 scale with 1 being the easiest and 5 being the most strenuous. This is a level 3 adventure where we recommend this hike for those who have experienced hiking at higher elevations and or have been handling their own recent day hikes. Hiking in the snow even with snowshoes is more physiscally exhausting than dry ground.