Snowshoeing In Aspen, CO

in #snowshoeinglast year (edited)

It has been some time since I last posted, but I have a new determination to post with more frequency.

Earlier this year, the wife and I drove to Aspen, Colorado for a long weekend. One of the highlights was snowshoeing along Richmond Ridge.

The hike was only a mile or two long. We decided to join a group with a guide (mostly because they provided the snow shoes). Our guide was a local naturalist. He was quite informative and pointed out animal tracks and nearby summits. There was not much elevation gained during the hike, but the trail remained above 11,000 feet the entire jouney.

This was one of our first visits to a ski town where we did not ski or snowboard. We explored the town and opted for a more relaxed getaway.

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(Myself & @curiouser)

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Welcome back, looks like you got some great weather for it too. I have done a fair bit of snow boarding and skiing too but have yet to try snowshoeing.

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Thanks! Yes, the weather was great. I would definitely recommend snowshoeing. It's great exercise, but I do miss the speed you can get on a board or skis.