Snowshoeing

Strap On The Snowshoes

You don't have to give up on hiking just because it's winter! Strap on a pair of snowshoes and enjoy the snow covered trails in and around Tupper Lake. Many of the hiking trails make for a great snowshoeing trek. The groomed trails at the Tupper Lake Cross Country Ski Center are snowshoe friendly and offer connectors to Big Tupper Ski Area. 

Try It - You'll Like It!

Don't have snowshoes? No worries! Complimentary snowshoes are offered to all Wild Center guests with your paid admission. So after exploring the indoor exhibits, step outside and snowshoe to the glorious Raquette River Oxbow.

Looking for some ideas on where to begin your snowshoeing adventures? Browse through our listings below.

Bear Mountain Loop Winter Overview and Trail Conditions: Bear Mountain is located in the Cranberry Lake State... Read More
Basford Falls   Winter Overview and Trail Conditions: This is part of the Cranberry Lake Waterfall Tour which... Read More
Hedgehog Pond From the trailhead you will be on a very flat hike with a slight climb to the intersection with the... Read More
Lampsons Falls   This is part of the Cranberry Lake Waterfall Tour which is just as impressive in winter as in... Read More
Pickerel Pond The trailhead is simply marked with a small sign; a pull-off for 3-4 vehicles is the best... Read More
Goodman Mountain Winter Overview and Trail Conditions: This old road used to be Highway 10 between Long Lake and... Read More
Goodnow Mountain | Snowshoeing Goodnow is a very prominent peak from Route 28N and whose tower raises high above the trees. This... Read More
Cat Mountain   Winter Overview and Trail Conditions: The trail starts out rather easily as it follows an old... Read More
Janacks Landing Trail The trail starts out rather easily once you sidestep up the steep embankment to the trail register... Read More
High Falls Loop Winter Trek Winter Overview and Trail Conditions: From the trailhead you will be on a very flat hike with... Read More
Blue Mountain Trail Description and Winter Conditions Blue Mountain is one of the taller mountains in the... Read More
Black Pond Loop Winter Overview and Trail Conditions: From the trailhead parking cross Keese Mill Road and locate... Read More
Snowshoe the Fernow Plantation Loop This trail was named in commemoration to Bernhard Fernow a leader in modern forest during his time... Read More
Panther Mountain Panther is a small peak located between Saranac Lake and Tupper Lake and is a popular destination... Read More
Moore Trail Snowshoe   From the trailhead you will drop steeply to the Oswegatchie riverside over an embankment. Once... Read More
Kettle Trail The Kettle Trail is an out and back cross-country ski trail built for equine use in the summer, but... Read More
Seymour Mountain | Winter Peak Name Seymour Mountain Most Popular Winter Trailhead  Herd path from Ward Brook Truck Trail... Read More
Seward Mountain | Snowshoe Peak Name Seward Mountain Most Popular Winter Trailhead  Calkins Brook Elevation 4361’ Round... Read More
Big Pine Trail From the trailhead you will be on a very flat snowshoe course which is perfect for the entire... Read More
Sinclair Falls Snowshoe Hike This is part of the Cranberry Lake Waterfall Tour which is just as impressive in winter as in... Read More
Coney Mountain The trail for Coney Mountain used to follow the county line and climb steeply through rutted... Read More
Twin Falls Snowshoe Trail Winter Overview and Trail Conditions: This is part of the Cranberry Lake Waterfall Tour which is... Read More
Copper Rock Falls Snowshoe Hike   Winter Overview and Trail Conditions: This is part of the Cranberry Lake Waterfall Tour which... Read More
Blue Mountain Lake/Castle Rock Initially you will be following a private dirt road, please stay on the marked route. The trail... Read More

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