Feel the crunch.
Snowshoe through the woods of Michigan, breathing air filled with smells of the forest, hearing nothing but the sound of your own footsteps.
Snowshoeing in Michigan is a great way to see the tranquil beauty of the winter season, offering outdoor enthusiasts and nature lovers a respite among picturesque trails and terrains. Catch a glimpse of rabbits, deer and fox as you trek along the state’s thousands of miles of trails. One of the oldest forms of transportation, snowshoeing offers a glimpse into our ancient cultures while staying connected with the world around us today.
Many state parks across Michigan have snowshoe equipment available to borrow, as well as snowshoe making classes and guided hikes for beginners and snowshoe enthusiasts alike. Communities across the state celebrate this silent sport with lantern lit hikes, snowshoe and wine tasting tours, historic snowshoe hikes and more. Groomed trails make for the perfect outing, but those with an adventurous spirit can blaze their own trail through the forest. Are you ready to feel the snow crunch in Pure Michigan?