This alpine adventure will appeal to bushwalkers who want a gentler alternative to skiing, and some outdoor excitement at the beginning of Spring.
“Snow Shoeing is just like bushwalking, except you walk on top of snow covered ground” said Monica Coleman, co-founder and Director of Auswalk.
“Modern snow shoes are easy to use, because they are lightweight and have a small profile. Everyone is fitted for their snow shoes on the first day, which are then strapped onto standard hiking boots, so you don’t need to buy any special footwear or pay hire fees”.
Accommodation for this group guided holiday is based in Jindabyne, and daily transfers include a trip on the underground Ski Tube train.
“It’s an excellent way to enjoy the crisp outdoor air and get fit after winter” said Monica.
Auswalk organises walking holidays to over 20 destinations around Australia, and has recently published a new 2013 Brochure,which can be viewed at www.auswalk.com.au. A hard copy of the brochure can also be mailed to anyone who is interested.
Auswalk Walking Holidays is a small family-owned business which has been operating in Australia for 19 years, and is based in the Grampians in Victoria.