Winter Snowshoe
Interpretive Outdoor Experiences

Winter Snowshoe
Experiences

A Conservation Caper (Weekends December - March)

Test your animal tracking abilities and investigative skills during this interactive “Whodunit” experience for educators or families. As you learn about the observation of animal tracks, you will apply this knowledge to solve a “Conservation Caper”. This is a fun day of learning while snowshoeing surrounded by the scenic splendour of Peter Lougheed Provincial Park.

Curriculum Connection: For educators, this outdoor experience connects directly to the study of Evidence & Investigation. As a participant, you will receive an inquiry based unit for you to bring back to the classroom with your new found knowledge. For a sneak peak of this resource click HERE

A Conservation Caper (Weekends December - March)

Test your animal tracking abilities and investigative skills during this interactive “Whodunit” experience for educators or families. As you learn about the observation of animal tracks, you will apply this knowledge to solve a “Conservation Caper”. This is a fun day of learning while snowshoeing surrounded by the scenic splendour of Peter Lougheed Provincial Park.

Curriculum Connection: For educators, this outdoor experience connects directly to the study of Evidence & Investigation. As a participant, you will receive an inquiry based unit for you to bring back to the classroom with your new found knowledge. For a sneak peak of this resource click HERE

Microbes in the Mountains (Weekends December - March)

When we think of the living things we share our mountains with we often picture charismatic creatures like the Grizzly or Bighorn Sheep. Typically, not much thought is given to the microscopic microbes of an ecosystem: the worms, germs, bacteria and viruses that we share the landscape with. As we have seen, these tiny microbes have the power to shift and change our natural and human-made world. Learn more about “Microbes in the Mountains” on this winter walk-and-talk.

Microbes in the Mountains (Weekends December - March)

When we think of the living things we share our mountains with we often picture charismatic creatures like the Grizzly or Bighorn Sheep. Typically, not much thought is given to the microscopic microbes of an ecosystem: the worms, germs, bacteria and viruses that we share the landscape with. As we have seen, these tiny microbes have the power to shift and change our natural and human-made world. Learn more about “Microbes in the Mountains” on this winter walk-and-talk.

Day Trip Snowshoeing Pricing Includes:

Guide, Snowshoes, Hiking Pole, Educational Material (PDF)

1-2 People $220 + applicable taxes

Each additional Adult $65

Children (Ages 10 – 15) $45

Inquire for Group Rates (Groups of 6-10 people)

Day Trip Snowshoeing Pricing Includes:

Guide, Snowshoes, Hiking Pole, Educational Material (PDF)

1-2 People $220 + applicable taxes

Each additional Adult $65

Children (Ages 10 – 15) $45

Inquire for Group Rates (Groups of 6-10 people)