I love carving big, swooping turns down steep runs at the alpine resorts that dot the Sierra. But for a change of pace, nothing’s more sublime than kicking and glidingKeep Reading!
Snowshoers have been frustrated in the search for a boot that gives both warmth and support. But Lowa’s Paluk GTX fills the need, gear reviewer Dan Nelson finds. Even thoughKeep Reading!
This article caught our attention in the Winter 2009 Issue of Wilderness Medicine Magazine. Winter doesn’t have to be a stay-at-home season. There are plenty of opportunities to get yourKeep Reading!
Selecting the right snowshoes can be an overwhelming task if you are starting from scratch. Once you read through all the logic regarding shape, size, style, materials, intended use, etc.Keep Reading!
Snowshoes typically come in three sizes: 8″ x 25″, 9″ x 30″, and 10″ x 36″. There is also a slightly smaller shoe built with women in mind: 8″ xKeep Reading!
Aluminum, wooden, rubber, plastic, steel, titanium, rounded, pointed, symmetrical, asymmetrical, fixed, pivot… so many materials, shapes and styles – it’s hard to know what’s best for you. Let’s see ifKeep Reading!
Sounds simple, but for those who are not experienced hikers and adventurers, this is a question that pops up all the time. Here’s your guide to snowshoe clothing needs. ClothingKeep Reading!
One thing is for sure… snowshoeing IS for everybody. Great article from the founder of Snowshoe Magazine. by Ryan Alford – Snowshoe Magazine One thing is for sure…snowshoeing IS forKeep Reading!
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Many people snowshoe for recreation…others snowshoe for the competitions…but some snowshoe to lose weight and seek a lifestyle change. The beauty of snowshoeing is how it can really help aKeep Reading!