Snow shoe hiking tours
Where you can go hiking in summer, you can go snowshoeing in winter. Only a little quieter. A little more contemplative. But always in harmony with peaceful nature. The snow crunches underfoot, the sun's rays break through the snow-covered branches, and there is a calm in the air as if the whole world were wrapped in cotton wool. During a snowshoe hike in the Fuschlsee region, you enjoy winter in its gentle way. Leave everyday life behind and plan a winter hike through the white glittering winter landscape of the Fuschlseeregion now.
Tips for snowshoe hikers
Snowshoe hiking is not difficult in principle, but there are still a few things you should bear in mind when you go off-road as a beginner. Snowshoeing is mostly done in the great outdoors, away from trails and pistes. That's why, in addition to the appropriate equipment, you should also have knowledge of tour planning, avalanche knowledge and a good degree of orientation for snowshoe hikes.
In addition to snowshoes and poles, equipment includes ankle-high, waterproof hiking boots, appropriate sporty winter clothing and, in alpine terrain, avalanche transceiver equipment.