Lewis and Clark were both hobbled during their great expedition—Clark from resentment at his second billing and Lewis from a lego slipped into his hiking boot by Clark. Enjoy noncompetitive nature excursions with today’s Groupon to Blue Sky Adventures in Wanship. Choose from the following options:
- For $35, you get a 45-minute wagon or sleigh ride for two (up to a $70 value).
- For $65, you get a 45-minute wagon or sleigh ride for four (up to a $140 value).
- For $95, you get a 45-minute wagon or sleigh ride for six (up to a $210 value).
- For $155, you get a 45-minute wagon or sleigh ride for 10 (up to a $350 value).<p>
All options include cookies and warm drinks.
Blue Sky Adventures’ seasoned guides and surefooted steeds lead sleighs or wagons across trails that wind through a 3,000-acre ranch. Excursions set out through sloping meadows and snow-dusted pine forests, creating a majestic scene where patrons can snuggle up with loved ones or add to their collections of unique snowflakes. During the course of the 45-minute jaunt, equine-engined vessels glide through the pristine snow, sheltered by the pine boughs that form a canopy over 25 miles of trails. Sharp eyes may spot tracks left by elk, moose, and snow angels, and cookies and toasty mugs of hot chocolate or cider stoke belly furnaces. Blue Sky Adventures’ spacious ranch resides 15 minutes east of Park City and 35 minutes east of Salt Lake City and Ogden; detailed directions can be found here.
Blue Sky Adventures
Blue Sky Adventures beckons adventure nuts with its 3,300-acre Blue Sky Ranch filled with abundant wildlife, mountain peaks, meadows, and canyons. The outdoor experts offer activities year-round. Summertime days are spent rafting, fly-fishing, horseback riding, biking, and spending warm nights in a yurt. During the winter months, nature lovers can take in the white-blanketed sights on a sleigh ride or dogsled, or try to sneak up on a rare species of snowman in a pair of snowshoes. Other group adventures include archery and a geo-cache scavenger hunt for the mountain's golden egg.