Escape to the trails; unleash the road to guide your being where you will. The Cars rock “Let the good times roll.” I/O Merino soothes your soul.
Wrapping you in confidence, making … Continue reading
Nothing is more important to me when snowshoeing that I have the proper gear and that I stay warm. Living in an area where temperatures are commonly -4 Fahrenheit, I have to make sure I am properly insulated and not … Continue reading
New race at Mammoth Mountain for skiers, runners and snowshoers becomes an overnight success
By Lara Kaylor
“So this is what we do for fun in the mountains,” said the runner hopping up and down next to me, trying to … Continue reading
Nestled into a valley between the Mission and Swan mountain ranges in western Montana, Seeley Lake is one of the more scenic spots in a spectacular state. The Mission Mountain Wilderness is on one side, the Bob Marshall Wilderness on … Continue reading
“Snowgaine is nothing short of epic. For athletes accustomed to long mileage but who have limited navigation experience, do not be deterred! A few excursions with your local orienteering club this summer will provide you with the experience necessary to … Continue reading
Snowshoeing brings families together; or at least that was the line I used on my kids when I tried to convince them that this sport was all one we could participate in. For us, we live in an area that … Continue reading
I’ll admit I was skeptical after first learning about RideOn Vision’s new augmented reality snow goggle. I tend to be old-fashioned and prefer simplicity in most aspects of life–including sports and technology–and I couldn’t understand why anyone would need to … Continue reading
The icy two-lane road toward Otaki is surrounded by woods with an occasional deer browsing on brush poking above the snow level. Countless street signs announced waterfalls, park lands, and many other natural attractions. We passed by … Continue reading
Our toddler grandson, Jack, loves to spend time in the woods behind our house here on the east coast of Canada. He also loves to get out in the snow. Our oft time, six month winter meant we were going … Continue reading
Snowshoeing saved my life this winter. Not literally saved my life but figuratively. I don’t know how I would have survived this cold, dark, snowy winter without this sport. Here is my story.
Take care of your body; take care … Continue reading
Canadian winters are long, dark and snowy and by the month of March, Canadians are ready to embrace spring. But unfortunately in the province of Ontario, winter continues through March and sometimes even into April. For snowshoers, skiers, snowboarders and … Continue reading