Snowshoeing Canada - Where To Go and What To See
Posted by Crescent Moon on Mar 13th 2023
Canada has incredible opportunities for winter enthusiasts, especially for those who love to snowshoe. We have many blogs about Canada, but here we have them all in one place for you to look through and enjoy.
Incredible Winter Views to Reach on Snowshoes in Canada
It can’t be an exaggeration to say that Canada boasts some of the world’s most spectacular wintertime scenery. After all, this is a northern country with no shortage of the white stuff, stunning mountains, lakes, vast boreal forests, and other gorgeous wild landscapes.
With a pair of Crescent Moon snowshoes as your (incredible) means of transport, you can experience just how photogenic Canada’s wildlands are in the snow. Here are four outstanding viewpoints reachable by snowshoes!
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Best Places in Canada for a Snowshoeing Getaway
Canada’s the great Northland of North America (though, of course, you’d want to slot Alaska and Greenland in there as well) and one of the best places in the world to play around and snowshoe in the white stuff. Getting out and about in the wintry outdoors is an intrinsic part of Canada’s culture—and still part of the essential lifeways for many Canadians, of course.
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Best Places to Snowshoe in Manitoba, Canada
Manitoba’s huge province covers not just a lot of ground, but a lot of tremendously varied ground: prairies and broadleaf woods, seemingly endless boreal forest, granite uplands, and countless lakes, wild muskeg, and tundra rolling to the polar-bear realm of Hudson Bay. Winter’s the dominant season here, and a snowshoer experiences its purest magic.
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Best Places to Snowshoe in Ontario, Canada
Mighty winter snowfall and an excellent network of parks and trails make Ontario a fabulous destination to snowshoe: one of North America’s best. Floating along in your Crescent Moon snowshoes, you’ll relish crisp sunshine, snow-muffled woods, glazed lakes and rivers, and maybe even a glimpse of moose, red foxes, or other hardy critters—or at least their tracks.
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Best Places to Snowshoe In British Columbia
If you are looking for new areas to explore while snowshoeing, you need to look at the area around British Columbia. Vancouver is one of the top places in the world to go snowshoeing; however, the grey and drizzly weather might seem to be a bit challenging to navigate; however, those who can escape the dark weather will have plenty of fresh powder and mountains to explore. There are a few places in British Columbia to go snowshoeing that everyone should note. Where are some of the top trails to go snowshoeing with your Crescent Moon foam snowhsoes in the region?
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Best Places to Snowshoe in Newfoundland & Labrador
Spectacular landscapes (and seascapes), plenty of snow, long winters: Those are some key ingredients for snowshoeing awesomeness, and Newfoundland and Labrador most definitely check the boxes. Here on the far eastern fringe of Canada, you can explore the northernmost highlands of the Appalachians and stirring fjords on the island of Newfoundland, or trek into the vast Canadian Shield wilds of Labrador, which stretches from boreal forest to rolling tundra and Arctic mountains.
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The Best Snowshoeing in the Northwest Territories
The vast Northwest Territories of Canada encompass some of the most stirring wilderness in North America and the Northern Hemisphere in general. Encompassing more than 400,000 square miles yet home to a mere 45,000 or so people—a significant proportion First Nations and Inuit—this sparsely settled province includes such stunning natural features as the Mackenzie Mountains, which loom to nearly 10,000 feet; the enormous delta of the Mackenzie River, one of the continent’s greatest flows; and the gigantic Great Bear and Great Slave lakes, some of the biggest freshwater bodies in the world.
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Best Places To Snowshoe In Nova Scotia
Those who are looking for a great place to go snowshoeing need to look no farther than Nova Scotia. The Halifax region is a glorious place for everyone who loves to go snowshoeing. While the cool temperatures and snow might be intimidating to those who are new to the world of snowshoeing, this is a great place to fall in love with the sport. Of course, everyone who is looking to go snowshoeing has to make sure they are prepared for the adventure. This means having the right equipment, the right emergency package, and enough food in case something bad happens. There are lots of places to explore the world of snowshoeing in Nova Scotia! Take a look at a few of the top trails in the region! Crescent Moon Eva snowshoes and Luna snowshoes are top of the line and perfect for all skill levels from beginner to expert.
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