Hikers standing along a trail in a mountain meadow listing to experts talk during guided nature program.

Today’s Guided Snowshoe Program…

Winter Ecology of Bogus Basin

Join us on a relaxing snowshoe walk to explore the winter environment around Bogus Basin. We will learn about the importance of the snowpack for plants and animals and for human survival. This program is one of the many FREE Guided Snowshoe Programs offered this winter. Participants must have snowshoes and a valid trail pass to join the program. Snowshoe rentals and trail passes can be purchased at the Frontier Point Lodge. Maximum of 12 people per program. Don’t forget to follow us on social media and sign up for our e-blast to keep up with all of the mountain offerings and events.

When & Where

June 24, 2023 @ 9:00 AM 12:00 PM

This 3-hour outing meets on the steps of the Frontier Point Lodge at the above-stated time and covers 2 miles or less at a very casual pace. Be sure to wear comfortable walking shoes. Water, snack, and sunscreen are highly recommended. Remember to swing by the Double R Ranch BBQ Smokehouse for lunch after the program!

How to Register

To sign up for this or any of our awesome Guided Snowshoe Programs, please send an email to indicating the program you wish to register for, date, and the number of people in your group. Requests received less than 24 hrs. prior to the outing may not receive a response.

Free All Are Welcome!

Meet your Guide!

Hit the trail with Ray Vizgirdas, retired Wildlife Biologist and lifelong Naturalist for this installment of our Guided Snowshoe Program series. With over three decades of experience working for state and federal agencies, Ray knows a thing or two about the outdoors (he has literally authored guidebooks about the flora at Bogus Basin!). On select Saturday afternoons, Ray will cover a new topic relevant to the time of year. Whether it’s winter animal adaptations or emergency snow shelters, you’re bound to learn a thing or two on your outing.