Snowshoe at Bryce Resort
Evening Snowshoeing Tours
evening - December 2024 @ 8:30 PM
Evening - January 2025 @ 8:30 PM
Evening - February 2025 @ 8:30 PM
Winter is a great time to explore the outdoors! Snowshoeing is popular and happens all over the world, and REV3Endurance and Bryce Resort are excited to bring the adventure to you! These guided snowshoe excursions are all about getting outdoors, having fun, and spending time with friends and family! Whether you are strapping on snowshoes for the first time or you’re a seasoned expert, there is no better way to experience the sport than participating in a snowshoe outing at Bryce Resort.
Plan your excursion and sign up today to enjoy a snowshoeing adventure at Bryce Resort located in the beautiful Shenandoah Valley!
“We had all skill levels in mind when organizing this fun, outdoor event. It’s very laid back and we’ll support all participants. Snowshoeing is an incredible way to experience Bryce Resort. This event is about simply showing up and having fun!”
~ Michael Spiller, Rev3Endurance
Event includes snowshoes, trekking poles and a guided tour on the slopes after hours.
Post-adventure drink voucher for Copper Kettle Restaurant and Bar located at the base of the slopes (hot cocoa or an adult beverage).
Snowshoeing is a great group activity so gather your friends/family to join you on the mountain! However, larger groups may be accommodated with adequate notice. Contact us for details.
We recommend checking the weather forecast the day of your event! One thing that can ruin a snowshoe outing is not wearing the appropriate clothing! Dressing in layers or in clothes you can unzip and ventilate is ideal. Hats, gloves/mittens, goggles and face masks are also recommended if frigid. Some folks like to carry a small day pack with water and an extra clothing layer.
We recommend wool or wool blend socks to keep your feet warm. Any snow boots or hiking shoes will work.
Understanding the requirements to participate:
Age - minimum 7 years old
Weight - Under 250 lbs.
Difficulty level - 3 out of 5 (Intermediate)
Beginner Distance 1 - 1.5 miles with over 800 feet of elevation change during the excursion (you will experience a 500 ft. vertical drop!)
Time - 1 to 1.5 hours on the snow
Intermediate Distance 2 - 2.5 miles with over 1200 feet of elevation change during the excursion (you will experience a 900 ft. vertical drop!) Time - 1 to 1.5 hours on the snow
NOTE: This is an endurance event, not a race. You will be snowshoeing for over an hour and your elevation gain and loss will total over 1000 feet.
The start and finish area is located at the base of Bryce mountain behind the Main Lodge next to the skis school entrance. All participants should plan to arrive and check in at least 30 minutes prior to their event and attend the required pre-event meeting 15 minutes before the excursion begins. If you have any questions, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Course - Beginner course 1.5 miles, Advanced course 2.25 miles
Registration Fees - Sellout is 25 people
$55.00 Short Course/$65.00 Long Course Early Registration 5 days before the event
$65.00 Short Course/$75.00 Long Course Regular Registration
$75.00 Short Course/$85.00 Long Course Event Day Registration
Event Start Location
Bryce Resort - 1982 Fairway Dr. Basye, VA 22810.
Directions from 81 South verses GPS
Turn right onto State Route 703, 1.4 miles
Turn left onto State Route 614, 1.1 miles
Turn right onto VA-263 W, 9.1 miles
Turn right onto Fairway Dr. 1.5 miles
Turn left onto Bryce Resort
Schedule of Events
7:45 pm: Event check-in and gear pick-up at Bryce Resort at the ski school entrance.
8:15 pm: Pre-excursion meeting
8:30 pm: Snowshoeing starts
9:30 pm: Hot chocolate hosted by Rev3Endurance
9:45 pm: If participants are interested in dinner at the Copper Kettle after the event please make a reservation via Open Table.
Pickup location will be at Bryce Resort at the ski school entrance. It is required that all forms be completely filled out and signed for each participant. You will get your snowshoes fitted, trekking poles and other equipment at the gear pick-up.
Fun things to do in the Shenandoah Valley
We will provide a beverage to all participants after the excursion (hot chocolate). Dining options are available at the Copper Kettle Restaurant located inside the Bryce lodge.
Links to Mandatory Event Forms
Liability waiver and photo release (Must be completed by all participants before gear is distributed)
Bryce Resort Acknowledgement of Risk and Liability Release Form
If there is severe weather, the event start may be postponed or the course may be shortened.
Snowshoe Route Map