About Evan Chadwick


The USSSA Nationals: The Good, the Nude and the Triumphant

Crazy, is no longer a word of non-affinity. Instead the word has been used as an acronym for “brave”, “energetic” or “motivated. For me, the crazy has now become ever synonymous with badass.

Badass it was at the USSSA 2014 … Continue reading

Jim Tucker Receives the 2014 Cindy Brochman Memorial Person of the Year Award

The 2013 Dion Snowshoes United States National Snowshoe Championships have given a clear indication that snowshoe racing is carving out an ever-expanding spot in the endurance sporting world.

However, were it not for the pioneers of the sport, who have … Continue reading

USSSA Nationals: Canadians Flex Muscle in International Field

They traveled from as far away as Australia to compete in the international division of the 2014 Dion Snowshoes United States National Snowshoe Championships.

However, it was our neighbors from the north who dominated the field, taking home the two … Continue reading

Hartmark and Ferreira Triumph at the USSSA Nationals in Vermont

On the debut of March, 384 participants hailing from nine countries converged onto Prospect Mountain in Woodford, Vt. to compete in the name of good health and friendly competition at the 2014 Dion Snowshoes United States National Snowshoe Championships.

The … Continue reading

On the Road to the U.S. Nationals: Curley’s Record Run

On a classic blue sky and 40 degree February day, 67 athletes traveled to Pittsfield State Park in Massachusetts to compete in the 12th annual Curley’s Record Run.

With hard rain hitting the course the night before, the condition of … Continue reading

Exploring the Natural History of Vermont’s Hogback Mountain

It is not a secret to snowshoe enthusiasts that some of the best snowshoeing trails can be those that were previously designed for downhill skiing.

The expansive trails that lead up and down mountains can provide the perfect venue for … Continue reading

Grafton Ponds: An Authentic Vermont Experience

It can be easy for visitors to Vermont to immediately think of the large resort-style mountains that cover the ranges of the Green Mountains as being one of the major appeals for winter sports activists.

With so many different ones … Continue reading

Appeasing Your Sense of Adventure and Your Kitchen Sink All in One Day

Want to bang out six miles before the sun hits high noon?  Want to challenge yourself to a rolling walk in the woods, with a plethora of wild life that surrounds the many ponds that cover Southern New Hampshire?

If … Continue reading

Sneaking in the Last Fall Hike of the Season

I have a feeling that last year’s disastrous winter will be soon be a distant memory.  New Englanders and our beloved visitors, who come from all over the globe, I am pleased to announce that we have a potential nor’easter … Continue reading

The Day After Sandy and All is Well in Southern Vermont

For a region that felt the wrath of hurricane Irene last year, destroying numerous roads and homes along the many areas that rested near any body of water large enough to float a paper raft down, we lucked out with … Continue reading

The Scouting Time for Epic VT and NH Snowshoe Hikes has Begun

October is the perfect time to begin the annual event of scouting out potential new snowshoe hikes in Southern Vermont and New Hampshire.

It is at this time that the leaves turn a brilliant orange, the blood sucking bugs go … Continue reading