Venture outdoors as the mercury dips and revel in the quiet contrasts of winter. From red rock canyons blanketed in white to cozy lodges nestled among the mountain peaks, our snowshoeing and winter hiking adventures offer an escape from the crowds and a unique perspective on some classic destinations.
New Trip! The people of Iceland make the most of all seasons, and winter is no exception. Come and explore stunning countryside while it's embraced by winter's icy—and beautiful—grip. Hike the rugged coast, snowshoe across ice-covered lava fields, and walk on crystal-blue glaciers. Along the way we'll be mesmerized by frozen waterfalls, burbling hot springs, and ethereal Northern Lights before retiring to our cozy hotel each night.
New England winters create the perfect conditions for world-class ice climbs to form consistently each season in the idyllic White Mountains of New Hampshire. For those wishing to discover the thrill of this exhilarating and fast-growing sport, this introductory course features a great environment, furnishes all the necessary technical equipment, and boasts outstanding instruction from experienced guides.
REI Adventures is proud to offer this challenging winter ascent of New Hampshire's legendary peak! At 6,288ft, Mt. Washington is the highest peak in the White Mountains and home to the planet's most severe weather, retaining the world record for wind speed. Join our world class mountaineering guides on this extraordinary winter adventure.
This hut to hut snowshoeing getaway in New Hampshire's White Mountains will take you on an exceptional loop from picturesque Crawford Notch to the remote, snow-covered Zealand Valley and back. If clear weather prevails, we'll enjoy breathtaking views of the surrounding forest, peaks and ranges from numerous summits and viewpoints along the way.
Our mid-winter Zion & Bryce Canyon hiking and snowshoeing adventure provides a unique opportunity to discover these magical national parks when visitors are few and the landscape is filled with an air of tranquility and renewal.
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