Best Snowshoeing in California

This list represents the most popular snowshoeing in California. Use this list to plan your next California snowshoeing trip. Select a state and/or activity below to find even more top trails.

Sugar Bowl Ski Resort was a dream that came true for two Austrian immigrants, Bill Klein ...
In 1890, several years after John Muir witnessed and reported on the destruction of the ...
Alpine Meadows rests on the southeast edge of the 1.2 million-acre Tahoe National Forest. ...
Cross a destination mountain resort with a scout camp, add a generous dash of church social, ...
When the Yosemite Park and Curry Company established the Yosemite Winter Club in 1928, ...
Voted one of the top ten ski resorts in North America, sporting the best Tahoe powder, ...
Spanning Mount Pluto (El. 8,610 feet) and nearby sub-summit Lookout Mountain, Northstar-at-Tahoe ...
Located in Bear Valley Village, Bear Valley Cross-country & Adventure Company (BVCC) offers ...
Maury Rasmussen, primary force behind Bear Valley, was an intrepid, do-anything, retired ...
Located in the remote northeast kingdom of California is the two million-acre Modoc National ...
Top off your internal batteries with McCloud River water power. Get in tune with a wild ...
Big fun, small price is the Soda Springs motto. Known as California’s largest snow tubing ...
Dodge Ridge sits on the edge of the million-acre Stanislaus National Forest, one of the ...
Resort founder Vern Sprock dreamed of living in the mountains and operating a resort. ...
The Hat Creek Rim is a 1000-foot ridge that invites all sorts of outdoor enthusiasts to ...
Shasta is a dormant volcano and is part of the North American geologic plate that includes ...
This is a popular hike, since you’ll get two great lakes—the first right outside your ...
Almanor Recreation Trail is a hiking and biking trail in Plumas County, California. It ...
From late April through mid-November, this trail is teeming with anglers, sniffing out ...
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