Trails are still a bit wet, but the deer 

​are out and about.

Nature tours


Coming soon

Spring is teeming with life. Little buds

are popping up all over. 

A fun tour of walking, hiking and eating,

What more could you ask for?

Locally owned & operated
phone: 435-640-1271

​fully insured

About the Tour

Join local tour guides as we take you on a nature journey. Enjoy fun stories of our history and insights about the local flora and fauna in our beautiful mountains. 
After a little over two hours of easy walking or hiking (depending on trail conditions) we will enjoy lunch at Sammy's Bistro. Sammy's is a locally owned and locals favorite restaurant.
The tour starts at 9am and is an easy walk or hike 

Pricing includes tour, lunch and a great time. 

Snow Shoe Tour things to do in park city

About the Guides

Local guides will be conducting the spring tours, but Brian will be back for the summer. 

Gaining a love for the outdoors as a child, Brian Dick grew up in the midwest and graduated from Purdue University with a B. S. in Forestry.  In the summer Brian can be found working in gardens growing food and flowers, during winter he works as a Ski Patroller at Park City.  Brian enjoys sharing his love of nature and his knowledge of natural and cultural history with visitors to the area.  

When not working Brian spends his time skiing, hiking, mountain biking, and playing with his dog. 

Private tours available every weekday ​​please email
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Please click on a tour date below to book a snowshoe tour. $50 per person so much fun!

The Original Historical Walking tour 
with a culinary twist​​

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