Candlelight Ski through Wisconsin's State Parks
Last Updated: 12/30/2013
The Wisconsin landscape provides plenty of picturesque settings during the winter months, and one of the most serene has to be snow-covered trails illuminated at night for candlelight skiing and snowshoeing. There’s just something about the shimmering snow and faint light of the moon at night in Wisconsin.
Wisconsin is home to more than 700 miles of groomed trails so the options for candlelight skiing are plentiful. If you’re looking for just a quick jaunt or some good exercise in a winter wonderland, you’ll have no problem finding a trail that suits your taste. Many state parks are hosting candlelight ski and snowshoeing events throughout the winter. Flickering candles and tiki torches light the way for these spectacular events.
But the events don’t end with skiing and snowshoeing. Afterwards, gather around a roaring bonfire, sip some hot cocoa and enjoy a treat or two.
Here are a few upcoming events for you to consider, including one near Winter, Wisconsin. See, it’s meant to be.
So grab a friend or loved one and get out there to enjoy the beauty of the season!This entry was posted in Cross-Country Skiing/Snowshoeing