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!
After spending years flying down mountains on skis and tempering the velocity to savor the sights, Debbie Barnard is reinventing her snow life on snowshoes. A back injury and arthritisKeep Reading!
The advent of smaller, lighter and more flexible snowshoes in the last several years has made the sport more appealing to more people. The compact stainless-steel frames are easier toKeep 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!
Snowshoes have been around since ancient times. Some clever human who was sick of wading through snowbanks decided that strapping a platform to his feet would keep him from sinkingKeep Reading!
The growing popularity of snowshoeing has brought with it misplaced confidence that the strap-on footwear is appropriate for venturing into icy or steep terrain, a rescue veteran said yesterday afterKeep Reading!
For hundreds of years, snowshoe technology remained unchanged. Wood and rawhide provided the foundation of design. Then came the revolution. In the 1970s, brothers Bill and Gene Prater founded SherpaKeep Reading!
Sure, you love the outdoors and the snow, but you’d rather toboggan down the Matterhorn – at Disneyland – than wade into the usual downhill ski-and-board crowds. Now that theKeep Reading!
Breast cancer has met its match this winter! The Tubbs Romp to Stomp out Breast Cancer Snowshoe Series® has opened up registration for the 2010 season and lots of peopleKeep Reading!
McLEAN, Va. – Winter Trails will celebrate its 15th year Jan. 9 at locations throughout the U.S. with free snowshoeing and cross-country skiing. The annual event is designed to offerKeep Reading!