Snowshoeing Trails & Events Near Chama, New Mexico

Taking advantage of a foot of powder, we snowshoed under a clear, blue sky in the small town of Chama, New Mexico. Our snowshoeing location of choice was Edward Sargent Wildlife Area, only a 5-minute drive north of Chama. We … Continue reading

Snowshoeing In the New York Empire State Winter Games

For all of us winter lovers out there, the Winter Olympics are the perfect way to celebrate winter recreation, athletes, and the season. However, why wait for the Olympic Winter Games in 2022 when you can experience an Olympic-style event … Continue reading

6 Solutions for the Dreaded Lean: A Word To Senior Athletes

The leaders’ gold and silver medals rested on the side of the awards table unperturbed. “Fast Eddie” Rousseau, pacing the lead on a February day, was on mile 70 of the 2019 USA Track & Field (USATF) 100-Mile Nationals in … Continue reading

Top Four Vancouver, B.C. Snowshoeing Outings for Every Level of Ability

view from Vancouver from Grouse Mountain

Often described as a premier playground destination for the outdoor enthusiast, the picturesque backdrop of the city of Vancouver, British Columbia lies less than a half-hour drive from the North Shore Mountains and the tony neighborhoods of West Vancouver. Known … Continue reading

Snowshoeing Greater Boston

If you live in Greater Boston, sneaking out to snowshoe should be on your to-do list after a significant snowfall. Snowshoeing is a great way to explore the outdoors and beat those winter blues! If in the Boston area, here … Continue reading

Brent Tor Devon: A Tiny Dartmoor Church With A Vast Outlook

Brentor Church, Dartmoor, England

Hike almost four miles (6.4 km) north of Tavistock in West Devon, United Kingdom, and you’ll discover something quite unique: the quaint village of Brentor. At first glance, it may seem much like any other village in Dartmoor National ParkContinue reading

Snowshoeing & Racing Options Within Rochester, NY

Mendon Ponds, Rochester, NY

A fresh snowfall can offer a unique experience to explore our city or countryside. One snowshoe-friendly community worth exploring after fresh snow, is Rochester, NY. The city has excellent snowshoeing conditions, as it receives an average snowfall of 95 … Continue reading

Top Winter Hiking Trails in the Canadian Rockies

We have endless options for incredible trails to hike throughout the Canadian Rockies in winter. However, if you’re only visiting the Canadian Rockies for a short vacation, you’re going to want to hike the best of the best winter trails … Continue reading

Chiropractor Approved Injury Prevention Tips for Snowshoers

snowshoeing

Every part of nature is amazingly beautiful. We are always excited to experience and sometimes watch how the rain falls, the snow stacks, and the sun rises and sets. While nature is beautiful and something all should experience, it’s also … Continue reading

Paxis Twin Lakes Backpack Review: For The Snowshoeing Photographer

Have you ever been repeatedly frustrated with having to put down your pack to access gear? The Paxis Twin Lakes backpack has a remedy for that problem.

The Paxis pack comes with a hinged and padded shuttle pod attached to … Continue reading

Snowshoeing To Lake Minnestimma, Alberta, Canada

Lake Minnestimma, Alberta

Waking up at 3:30 AM in Calgary, we had big plans to catch a sunrise overlooking Lake Minnestimma. The drive from Calgary took us about two hours. We found ourselves parked in the dark at Lake Moraine just before six … Continue reading

Avalanche Safety Basics For Snowshoers: Warning Signs & Danger Zones

example avalanche path

There’s nothing like getting into the mountains in winter. The tranquility of the great outdoors, the beauty of the scenery, the feeling of the fresh air in your lungs. You can’t beat it. Avalanches might not be the first thing … Continue reading