Snowshoeing on a Wisconsin Mountain! Wisconsin has a Mountain?

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On a moonlit evening with 14 college students, I parked the university van at a trailhead where we put on our snowshoes and began our somewhat challenging hike up Rib Mountain toward the summit. This was just one of several … Continue reading

Beaver Creek Closes Out 2016 Snowshoe Race Series

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Final snowshoe race of the Beaver Creek series in 2016. Photo by Kim Fuller.

McCoy Park was dressed her best for the final race of the Beaver Creek Running Series: Snowshoe Edition in 2016, held on February 28. Bright blue … Continue reading

Snowshoe Education and Adventure in Matsudai, Niigata

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Tomotaka Koyama, a snowshoe guide for a Japanese nonprofit nature educational association, teaches visitors about the influence humanity exerts upon the amazing natural environment of Matsudai Town, Niigata Prefecture. Koyama discarded his secure job and life in metropolitan Tokyo to … Continue reading

Seefeld – A Place Of Guaranteed Snow!

The buried snow being laid during the autumn. Photo credit: Olympiaregion Seefeld.

Over the last few weeks, I had been looking at the webcams around the Seefeld plateau. Sadly, there was no snow in that corner of the Austrian Tyrol! Well, high up on the very tops of the mountains, there was … Continue reading

Snowshoeing Coastal New Hampshire and Maine

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Photos by Sherry Hanson and Ann Harris

If you have not ventured out of the interior terrain in your area, with its fragrant evergreens,
whispering winds and hilly trails, lift your head and smell the salt air. New Hampshire’s coastline … Continue reading

48 Hours at Snow Mountain Ranch

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The YMCA of the Rockies at Snow Mountain Ranch is a 5,000-acre property in Granby, Colorado, about 80 miles northwest of Denver. The facility offers affordable outdoor activities, dining and accommodations for all, with an focus on families and groups. … Continue reading

Winter Beauty in the Adirondacks: Mount Gray, Lake Colden, and Avalanche Lake

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Deep in the middle of the eroded dome that is the Adirondack Mountains lies Mount Gray and a series of alpine lakes, including the humble source of the Hudson River. One late January Sunday morning, I set off on a … Continue reading

Photo Competition

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The photo competition has closed. Below are the winners. Winners were chosen mainly due to vote count. Thanks for all of your participation. We will have another competition next year. We’ll keep you posted!

1st Place Photo

Photo by user

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The Yukon: Canada’s True North

Photo Credit: Christina Lumin Pictures

The time is now to gift yourself a getaway to the Yukon, Canada’s epic, true north wilderness treasure. A nugget of gold north of the BC border, the Yukon is the ultimate snowshoe and adventure destination that should be at … Continue reading

Snowshoe Road Trip through the Kootenay Mountains

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“HURRY UP”, I yelled at my partner as I slammed the trunk door down on our SUV. “We are already late”, I shouted with an exasperated tone. This certainly wasn’t the way to kick off our snowshoe trip. “Why did … Continue reading

Snowshoeing, Skiing, Eating, and Playing at Lone Mountain Ranch

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I fell in love with LMR (Lone Mountain Ranch) the first time I saw it. Nestled into a valley in Big Sky, Montana, the ranch somehow manages to be cozy while rambling up the valley and into the … Continue reading

Snowshoeing: The Ultimate Female Bonding Experience

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I have to be honest here, when I first started to snowshoe I did it alone, all the time. It was a chance for me to get away from all the noise and chaos that often fills our house. It … Continue reading