SNOWSHOE TOUR TO NERIS PARK AND UNESCO HERITAGE SITE KERNAVE

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Escape the city and discover a magic winter snowshoe hike in Neris Regional Park. Explore fascinating scenery between deep woods, rolling hills and Neris River. Visit UNESCO Heritage Site Kernavė to learn about the first capital of Lithuania and the ancient culture. Enjoy your well deserved winter picnic in the snow before going back to Vilnius.

Highlights:

- Winter wonderland in Neris River Regional Park

- UNESCO Heritage Site Kernavė

- Tea and pie with a view over valley

 

Season: 

December - March

IMPORTANT: This tour is a subject to change in case of bad weather conditions. If there’s a lack of snow, you can cancel your booking or we can offer you a regular hike without snowshoes as an alternative.

Availability:

This is a small group regular tour.

Starts at 11:00 daily from 2018.12.01 to 2018.03.31 (advance booking required)

Duration approx. 5-6 hours.

Min. 2 person - Max. 8 persons.

Other times on request.

Price:

€45,00 per person

Private tour/other times: min 4 pax / €180,00 (max. 12 persons/€45,00 per person)

Meeting point:

Hotel pickup/drop off in Vilnius

Inclusions:

Professional guide.

Rental of snowshoes, poles and gaiters.

- Transfers from/to Vilnius.

- Tea and pie picnic.

Photos of the tour made by guide will be sent  afterwards.

More about the tour:

Start your tour in Vilnius. After meeting your guide your will get a transfer (approx. 45 min.) to reach Neris Regional Park. You will hike a 5-km trail through the woods and hills, see some ancient burial mounds of Baltic tribes and finally reach the scenic valley of the Neris River. Take a challenge to climb up a  80m cliff to get a magnificent view over the valley. Have a winter picnic with a view and head to Kernavė - an ancient settlement on the right bank of Neris and medieval capital of Lithuania.  Explore UNESCO Heritage Site and climb some of the mounds to round up your trip.

Please dress accordingly to the weather conditions, wear appropriate footwear (snow boots or waterproof hiking shoes and warm socks) and warm gloves.