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person sitting down on ground in snowYour guides will slow things down with some ever-changing sensory activities.
two people snowshoeingEnjoy an unforgettable forest bathing experience this winter.
pairs of snowshoes around a fireplaceStrap on snowshoes and prepare to explore the Adirondacks.
adirondack riverwalking logoAdirondack Riverwalking specializes in forest bathing, riverwalking, and more.
Winter forest architecture
Getting up close to nature
person looking at a tree
woman smelling a piece of barkEngaging all your senses
Discovering the magic of nature
Listening for forest sounds
Exploring the textures of the forest
Kids like to chill too!


Sensory Snowshoeing is a guided sensory experience in the winter wonderland of the Adirondacks that combines relaxation and exploration. Share new memories with your family or friends! Fun for the whole family!

Experience Sensory Snowshoeing

Discover the Adirondacks in a whole new way!

Enjoy a Guided Trip Through a Snowy Wonderland

Adirondack Riverwalking is a local guide company that specializes in outdoor trips where the focus is to experience nature through your senses. They offer Forest Bathing all year round, including on snowshoes in the winter - Sensory Snowshoeing - and Riverwalking in the warmer months. During winter, nothing compares to the feeling of walking through a quiet forest on a crisp winter day, hearing the chirping of the chickadees and the soft sounds of your snowshoes on the sparkling ground, feeling the different textures of tree bark and watching the play of light and shadows on the snow.  Adirondack Riverwalking's expert guides will help you heighten your senses to everything around you. It's the perfect way to slow down, unplug and disconnect from the stress of everyday life, leaving you feeling relaxed and refreshed. And exploring nature up close and personal rekindles your sense of wonder and childhood playfulness. It's a great family experience!

Discover the Benefits of Sensory Snowshoeing

During COVID-19, maintaining a strong immune system is essential! Forest Bathing boosts your ability to fight infection, reduces stress hormones and symptoms of depression, relieves anxiety as well as lowers blood pressure and heart rate while improving concentration and your ability for focused attention. Learn more about the science behind the practice on their website.  

Sign Up for A Trip

Adirondack Riverwalking is available to guide individuals, couples and small groups of up to 8 people in the Saranac Lake and Lake Placid areas. Sensory Snowshoeing is suitable for children 8 and up. Rates for each two-hour trip start at $200 for up to four people. Additional participants are $35 per person. Snowshoes are included. Contact them to customize a trip for you and your group by phone or on their website. For more info or to book a trip visit their website today!

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