Rock Quarry Snowshoe – March 10th
March 10 @ 8:30 am - 1:00 pm$20
We will be heading an hour West of town for an off trail wander. This is an easy 4km in and out snowshoe. The adventure starts off flat and gradually climbs to the top of a rock quarry. From the top we have views of Norman Lake and the rocks below our feet.
Meeting in front of the College Starbucks (grab your coffee for the drive) We are hoping to be able to use to van for transportation by this date however if we are not able due to provincial restrictions please be ready to drive yourself & follow us from meet up location. The trail head is about one hour West of Prince George. Meeting between 8:45am-9am, goal to hit the road by 9am and the trail by 10:15am.
Please be aware we will be following all current Covid guidelines. When you arrive please stay at vehicle while you put on snowshoes & maintain 2 meters distance from other group members. Covid self assessment must be done prior to meeting up which will be emailed prior to adventure.
What to bring-
- Gear for all elements (gloves, toque, layers) Dress in layers (be bold, start cold) you will warm up fast as we head upwards so make sure to wear pieces you can easily take off when you get hot and put back on at the top.
- Backpack for lunch & water
- Poles (optional)
- Guided snowshoe (one guide who has have extensive knowledge of area, route, terrain & are equipped to keep you safe while you have an amazing time snowshoeing)
If you require any gear or have any questions please email us at email@example.com
We can’t wait to Adventure with you!
Meg & James
Refund Policy – Due to the nature of outdoor adventure and that we have many upfront costs, all day adventures are non refundable. However we can issue a credit for full amount that guest can use to a future adventure. We do everything in the best of our abilities to provide an amazing experience however due to weather & safety restrictions we may, at times, not be able to reach summit or desired view with group.
- Please be advised we are not responsible for any damage done to vehicle during your drive to trail head and it is mandatory that you have proper winter tires as per hwy guidelines.