Although the staff at eSnowshoes.com is based out of Colorado, we are excited to see that the Department of Natural Resources in Michigan is offering ‘Make your own snowshoes‘ classesKeep Reading!
Major News from Snowshoe Magazine Announced today! From Snowshoe Magazine: As part of a major initiative to place the sport of snowshoe racing in the global spotlight, Mount Seymour ResortKeep Reading!
The North American distribution and production facility for an international snowshoe company has changed locations in Williston, doubling its size. TSL Snowshoes moved into the former Hampton Direct headquarters onKeep Reading!
Tubbs Snowshoes proudly announces the new FLEX ALP as Outside Magazine’s choice for the esteemed “Gear of the Year” award. “The Alp simply outperformed every other all-purpose snowshoe in theKeep Reading!
Running in snowshoes along a snow-covered path, I am surrounded by winter’s magic. Thick snow drapes the trees and a fox’s prints stitch a pattern across a meadow’s white quilt.Keep Reading!
Since its inception in 2003, the Tubbs Romp to Stomp out Breast Cancer Snowshoe Series® has engaged more than 16,000 people in the sport of snowshoeing and raised nearly ONEKeep Reading!
If you’re tired of the winter, and more importantly if you’re tired of the gym, you might explore what snow shoeing has to offer. If you’re looking for a goodKeep 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!
We recently found this video on “Extreme Snowshoeing” and thought we’d share. It certainly puts the idea of snowshoeing being a “mellow sport” to rest. 🙂 Enjoy!Keep Reading!
SYRACUSE, N.Y. — Many in Onondaga County will be breaking trails this winter as part of the 2010 PowerSox U.S. National Snowshoe Championships. Announced at a press conference Thursday, theKeep Reading!