Full Moon – Powder Ski – Dinner Tour

Full Moon Dinner Ski Cabin Steamboat SpringsUnlike any other experience in Steamboat Springs, our moonlight skiing dinner descents are a unique combination of powder skiing and riding during the full moon, our cozy cabin and a delicious 3-course dinner with your best friends.

We ski and ride prior to dinner and will typically get in 2 – 3 runs. We ski and ride no matter the weather, if the moon is out or not.  The focus of our efforts are in the more open glades and bowl like terrain that presides near our mid-mountain cabin. This trip is offered surrounding the full moon, typically the days leading up to and the day of the full moon of every month. Call if your preferred date is not on these dates to see if we can accommodate your request.

Full Moon Powder Skiing Tour Steamboat PowdercatsBooking a full moon, powder skiing dinner tour is only done by reserving the entire private cat. So, invite your favorite friends and enjoy this amazing activity together.  We’ve had many birthday celebrations, family functions and even weddings on this tour.  It’s a very unique experience and one that really sets the ton for a special event.

  • Full moon calendar for 2013/14 season:
    • January 13, 14 and 15, 2014
    • February 12, 13 and 14, 2014
    • No full moon trip in March – go on our Aplenglow Tour

Full moon private dinner tour Steamboat Springs

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Depending on the time of year, we will start these trips with lodging pick at 5:00 p.m. or you will self shuttle to our office by 5:15 p.m. We will have you home by 10:30 p.m. –11:30 p.m. Alcohol is not provided for but is permitted after all skiing is over and only during dinner. Guests who wish to come and are not skiers or snowboarders are more than welcome and ride in the cat while the others are making turns. Dinner is catered by the Steamboat Meat & Seafood Company, who also’s caters our hot cabin lunches for our day tours.

Full Moon Skiing in Steamboat SpringsWe provide all the ski’s and snowboards, beacon and safety gear on this tour as well as our day tour.  Things you should also bring for this tour are head lamps, clear glasses or lens for your goggles (not required, just recommended) and a change of shoes and pants for having dinner at our cabin.

This activity is featured in the Steamboat Springs Chamber of Commerce – Intro to the Steamboat Backcountry brochure.  Click here to read more about this.

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