Nordic Skiing


 Cross-country ski tour.

Indulge yourself in winters beauty on a cross country ski tour.  Join your private guide on a solo outing, or travel with family, friends, and colleagues. Perfect for beginning and experienced skiers, or anyone seeking a memorable winter escape.

  • 4-6 hours
  • Includes cross-country skis, boots, poles, gaiters, instruction, and lunch
  • Paragon Guides can transport up to 8 participants (Note: additional transportation fee will apply for groups larger than 4).


  • 1 person:  $395 per person
  • 2 people:  $235 per person
  • 3 people:  $185 per person
  • 4 or more $155 per person

Book your Cross-Country Ski Tour HERE!

What is the difference between alpine, cross-country, and backcountry skis? 

What is the difference between backcountry and cross-country skiing? As the attraction of the winter environment has grown so has the various methods of snow travel expanded. Cross-country skiing is steeped in tradition long before the advent of ski lifts and groomed slopes. The opportunity to blend exercise with the rhythmic “kick and glide” of cross-country skiing is attractive to those looking for a quiet experience away from the crowds and into the wonderful world of ski touring. Backcountry skiing although relatively new is an extension of traditional cross-country skiing. For those looking beyond meadows and gentle slopes for the chance to ski un-tracked powder, the new generation of AT and Telemark equipment offers touring in bigger terrain for those seeking powder turns. Trade-offs? Cross-country gear is lightweight and simple / Backcountry gear tends to be heavier, focusing as much on the downhill as the touring.


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