What to Wear While Snowshoeing: Layering
Winter is going to be here before you know it, so there’s no better time to start getting your list ready for the layers you’re going to need to wear on your snowshoeing trips. Winter hats, socks,...Read Blog
Take a Hike - Snow or No Snowshoes!
Hiking is the no-snow, warm weather version of snowshoeing, and vice versa of course. The American Hiking Society has a great site to visit and find out more about hiking, which in the winter, we l...Read Blog
What is the best entry level snowshoe on the market?
Eva foam snowshoes are certainly the most unique offering in the category and may be the best entry level snowshoe on the market because it is the only one that doesn’t require, or rely upon a pivo...Read Blog
Do Snowshoes Have a Left and Right?
When buying snowshoes, it can be common to wonder if there is a left and right snowshoes just like with other footwear. If you purchase universal snowshoes, both snowshoes will fit on either your l...Read Blog
What Size Snowshoes Do I Get?
Getting the right snowshoe size will make all the difference in your experience. Just like with other outdoor equipment, snowshoes can be designed with a different purposes and the number of differ...Read Blog
What Kind of Shoes Do You Wear Snowshoeing?
Snowshoes come in different types for the terrain and your boots and other gear should match your specific snowshoe model. For challenging terrain, rigid and sturdy boots work well. Crescent Moon&n...Read Blog
How Do Snowshoes Keep You From Sinking?
When someone steps foot outside and takes a look at the new snow that has graced the ground, the feeling of excitement starts to build. This is a great time to get out and start snowshoeing. As peo...Read Blog
Snowshoe Trail Running
When someone finds out about the mountains, one of the first questions they seem to ask everyone is whether or not they ski. Sure, skiing is a great outdoor sport; however, there is another enduran...Read Blog
Is Snowshoeing Dangerous?
Snowshoeing is about as accessible, easy, and beginner-friendly a winter sport as can be. As the saying goes, if you can walk, you can snowshoe. It also, generally speaking, is very safe. If you’re...Read Blog
Snowshoeing is, all things considered, an extremely safe winter activity when undertaken with proper preparation and common-sense caution. It’s an activity open to an amazingly wide swath of ages a...Read Blog
The Top Five Essential Snowshoe Safety Tips
There are lots of ways to enjoy the snow; however, one of the most popular is snowshoeing. This is a fantastic way to enjoy the beauty of the outdoors, clean air, blue skies, and everything the mou...Read Blog
Anatomy of Snowshoes
If you try to walk through a few meters of freshly fallen snow in boots or tennis shoes then your feet will sink through the snow. However, if you were to strap on a pair of snowshoes, you could ea...Read Blog
How Do You Snowshoe for Beginners
There are a number of reasons to go snowshoeing. It’s a great winter exercise, it’s a great social activity, and it's affordably priced winter activity. With a little bit of research, you will find...Read Blog