The snowshoeing season is back in Colorado, and if you have never tried it before, we've got twelve reasons why you should go for it this winter.

From gear to guides, Airbnb Experiences has several listings that offer lessons in locations such as Colorado's Rocky Mountains and Colorado's Grand Mesa.

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Snowshoeing in the Rocky Mountains

Jeremy is one of the hosts at Airbnb Experiences who offers snowshoeing lessons in the Rocky Mountains. His experience includes a snowshoeing lesson outside of Denver near Nederland, Colorado. Guests can rent snowshoes or micro-spikes and follow Jeremy on a four-mile round-trip hike that takes about three hours to complete. Keep going to check out photos from some of his snowshoeing adventures.

Lost Lake Hike Near Nederland

Jeremy has been leading snowshoeing lessons on the trail to Lost Lake near Nederland for several years. This hike includes a meal and bottled water, snowshoes or spikes, hiking poles, and gators to keep the snow out of your shoes. The hike follows Middle Boulder Creek past a frozen waterfall and into the Indian Peaks Wilderness.

Snowshoeing on Grand Mesa

Colorado's Grand Mesa is another outstanding location for snowshoeing on the Western Slope. Well-groomed snowshoeing and cross-country ski trails are found on Grand Mesa's Skyway Trail, County Line Trail, and Ward Cross Country Ski area.

Now that you have some options to explore snowshoeing, check out the twelve reasons below why you should if you love winter in Colorado.

12 Reasons To Try Snowshoeing in Colorado's Rocky Mountains

One of Colorado's best winter activities is snowshoeing. From Rocky Mountain National Park to the Grand Mesa, Colorado is loaded with great trails to explore with your snow shoes. Keep going to check out 12 reasons why you should give snowshoeing in Colorado a try.

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