Winter in Ausable Chasm

If inspiring natural scenery and tranquility are on your “to do” list, then Winter in Ausable Chasm is an experience not to be missed. As you are personally guided along the Inner Sanctum trail bringing you in to the heart of the Chasm, you will have views of gigantic icicles clinging to towering walls of natural sandstone formed over 15,000 years ago. Experience the powerful sights and sounds of the Ausable River below you while imagining how the river carved it’s path through stone and earth. After ascending out of the Chasm, hike or snowshoe* through quiet woods on a groomed trail, which at times is covered in a fresh blanket of snow. A winter tour through Ausable Chasm is a 2 hour winter escape to be enjoyed by all. Reservations are required for the guided Winter Tour.

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If photography is your passion the Photo Tour is highly recommended with resident professional nature photographer, Tom Semeraro. He has over 25 years of experience in natural photography and instruction and loves to share his knowledge of photography and Ausable Chasm with all. Here is what people have to say about Tom's Photo Tour.

"We really enjoyed our day today, we had a lot of fun with you. Everyone told me they really liked the place and how much they appreciated our super photo guide!!” - Chantal "I can't explain how much my wife and I enjoyed our time with Tom. He is a professional with a world of knowledge in photography and on top of that a real great guy!” - James "Thank you for the photo tour. Because of you, it was a great experience and we have beautiful pictures and good memories” - Guy

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*They require all visitors wear snowshoes or ice cleats for safety, depending on how much ice and snow have accumulated. Rentals are available for around $10 per day if you do not have your own.

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