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Night Snowshoeing on Mt. Seymour

Night Snowshoeing on Mt. Seymour

Duration:3 heures en tout
Includes:Boissons et Équipement
Languages:Proposée en Anglais

À propos de votre hôte

I've been snowshoeing and hiking the North Shore mountains for over a decade. From 2 hour expeditions to multi-day excursions. I am always upgrading my outdoor skill and ability through courses and experience. 1st Aid Certified, Certified NCCP Level 2 Coach, Leader and organizer of the Original Adventure Club in New Westminster, BC.
Ryan
Ryan
Ryan
Ryan

Au programme

What sounds better to you this winter season: lounging on a couch watching TV or frolicking in nature, being guided by the light of the moon and your headlamp? Snowshoeing is not just a daytime activity, in fact – some say that snowshoeing at night is actually way more fun and also way less busy than during the day. Why not add to the experience by enjoying the city view below while sipping…

Autres informations utiles

Be sure to dress appropriately for an outdoor adventure; synthetic tights or pants, light layers and a shell jacket, along with sturdy running or trail shoes.

Ce qui est fourni

Artisan Spiced Hot Cocoa
Snowshoe/Headlamp Rental

Ce qu'il faut apporter

Base layer: Synthetics and wool retain warmth even when wet. Wear long underwear that wicks away moisture, insulates well and dries quickly. Choose from microlight, lightweight or midweight versions based on the temperature and your activity level. A zipp
Insulating layer: Polyester fleece makes a good insulating mid-layer since it retains heat when wet and breathes as you exercise.
Outer layer: A waterproof, breathable shell jacket and pants keep you dry and fend off wind.
A wool or synthetic hat, headband or balaclava retains heat.
Waterproof ski gloves or mittens are a must to keep your hands dry and warm. On cold days, combine shells with fleece mittens or gloves. In milder conditions, glove liners may be all you need.

Ryan
Nature
35€ par personne
35€ par personne