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  1. Snowshoeing by Steven Griffin, 1998
  2. Winter touring: Cross-country skiing and snowshoeing by Clayne R Jensen, 1977
  3. Walk Into Winter: A Complete Guide to Snow-Shoeing/Winter Camping by Gerry Wolfram, 1977-01
  4. Walk into Winter: A Complete Snowshoeing and Winter Camping Guide by Gerry. Wolfram, 1978-01
  5. Winter Tales and Trails: Skiing, Snowshoeing and Snowboarding in Idaho, the Grand Tetons and Yellowstone National Park by Ron Watters, 1997-10
  6. Snowshoeing Through Sewers: Adventures in New York City, New Jersey, and Philadelphia by Michael Aaron Rockland, 1994-10-01
  7. Winter Trails in the White Moutains of New Hampshire: Backcountry Ski Tours and Snowshoeing by Collective, Larry Garland, 2002-01
  8. Women in the WILD.(Recreation)(From snowshoeing to firearm safety, winter workshops offer women a chance to acquire or improve outdoor skills): An article from: The Register-Guard (Eugene, OR) by Gale Reference Team, 2007-03-04
  9. Snowshoeing in Vermont: A Guide to the Best Winter Hikes (Green Mountain Club Hiking Trails Series)
  10. A Vancouver Guide to Snowshoeing: How to Safely Explore Our Local Mountains in Winter by Devon Girard, 2001-07
  11. Skiing and SnowshoeingFM 31 - 73 CARP 9 - 4 by Department of the Army, 1952
  12. Cross-country Skiing and Snowshoeing in Ontario (Travel Guides) by Ulysses Travel Edito, 2005-09
  13. Winter Trails in the White Moutains of New Hampshire- Backcountry Ski Tours & Snowshoeing by Colllrctvr, 2002
  14. The Cost of a Slob / The Colorado State Forest / Bighorn Problem / Let's Go Snowshoeing / The Big Seine / The Blind Fish of North Park / Meet Paul Busch (Colorado Outdoors, Volume 21, Number 6, November-December 1972)

21. History Of Snowshoeing
snowshoeing. by. Jim Tucker . Historical Development snowshoeing is known to have been practiced in presentday central Asia about 6,000 years ago.
Snowshoeing by Jim Tucker Historical Development: Snowshoeing is known to have been practiced in present-day central Asia about 6,000 years ago. It is believed that as these ancestors to the Inuits and Native Americans, migrated from Asia to North America, they brought the snowshoes with them, which were modified slabs of wood. It was not too long before this evolved into the white ash framed snowshoes with the raw hide lacing that we associate with snowshoeing today. The wooden snowshoes are generally categorized in three different styles or shapes. The oval shaped bear paw was designed for use in forested conditions where maneuverability was most important. The truly long (46+ inches) Yukon snowshoe was developed for traversing deep powder-covered open areas, common in the Northwest. The beavertail seemed to take advantage of the best features of both the bear paw and the Yukon, and has been utilized in all types of snow conditions. Neoprene Decking: Modern recreational users and professionals appreciated how neoprene did not stretch like rawhide when it became wet, and did not require annual treatment with shellac. Difficulties with Woodies: Those introduced to wood framed snowshoes often-encountered difficulty with the bindings and keeping the snowshoes on.

22. Snowshoeing
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23. Snowshoeing Adventure - New & Gauley River Adventures
snowshoeing adventure with New Gauley River Adventures in West Virginia, snowshoeing is fun, energizing and a great way to stay in shape and get outdoors in the winter.
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Picture yourself walking across a thick blanket of snow with the beautiful snow covered wilderness of West Virginia in front of you and your friends and family behind you. This is a enjoyable trip you will never forget.
Getting Started
Snowshoeing is fun, energizing and a great way to stay in shape or just get outdoors in winter. No matter what your age or your ability, if you can put one foot in front of the other, you can make track. It's that easy. After two minutes of practice, you'll be cruising around like you were born with snowshoes on your feet. Not only will you be having fun, you'll be burning calories, up to 1,000 per hour! So get out there and enjoy the snow with all your friends and family in the wild wilderness of West Virginia!
What to wear snowshoeing?
Snowshoeing is a high energy output sport. Start moving and you'll generate plenty of warmth. You're going to cool down quickly while resting, the ability to add and remove layers is vital. Some pieces to consider:
  • Lightweight, breathable long underwear

24. Lake Tahoe Vacation Guide | South Lake Tahoe Vacation Rentals | Homes, Cabins, C
snowshoeing at Spooner Lake At Spooner Lake snowshoers will discover the most picturesque and fun to snowshoe trails in the Lake
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    Snowshoeing is enjoying increasing popularity in snowy areas, mainly because it is so easy to learn and lots of fun. There are many fine ski areas in the Lake Tahoe Basin that welcome snowshoers. Most of the ski resorts listed on this page offer equipment rentals on-site, so you can try out the latest high-tech snowshoes and get a sense of the sport in a single sunny day.
    If your are interested in learning more about snowshoeing, read on, or just click to the snowshoe entries for snowshoeing options in Lake Tahoe.
    A Brief History of Snowshoeing
    From Europe to North America to Asia, people began using snowshoes over 3,000 years ago out of a basic need to find food and explore new territories in the wintertime.

25. Snowshoeing | British Columbia | Tourism BC - Official Site
An overview of snowshoeing in British Columbia, including information about snowshoeing in BC's different regions, parks, and near Vancouver.

26. Snowshoeing In Northern Michigan | Winter Vacation Resorts | BOYNE
With a variety of scenic trails to choose from, BOYNE resorts are your place for snowshoeing in northern Michigan, as well as a variety of other great winter vacation activities.

27. MAS Snowshoeing
Hiking doesn't have to stop in the winter. If you enjoy visiting wild areas you'll be thrilled to know that snowshoeing can be a fun, safe and and

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About MAS Registration Calendar ... Home Snowshoeing Hiking doesn't have to stop in the winter. If you enjoy visiting wild areas you'll be thrilled to know that snowshoeing can be a fun, safe and and beautiful way to experience the marvels of backcountry winters. The relative ease of snowshoeing allows folks to venture into the winter wilderness without the required years of ski and snowboard training. Let MAS guide you safely and comfortably through spectacular winter scenery and experience for yourself the thrills of backcountry snowshoeing. All MAS programs provide snowshoes, avalanche safety equipment and group gear as needed. Expect a blend of winter skills education, good exercise plus time to enjoy the winter alpine environment. Backcountry Snowshoe Adventures top Add some adventure to your stay in Bear Valley with this fun and educational backcountry snowshoe adventure. Stomp through a snow covered wilderness and soak in the splendors of an alpine environment. Learn about the fundamentals of snowshoeing and refine your techniques while MAS guide introduce avalanche awareness and safe winter route finding. Typical "Snowshoe Adventures" travel 3-5 miles in non-motorized areas bordering the Mokelumne & Carson Iceberg Wilderness. The scenic vistas are world-class so don't miss out on this unique opportunity to travel into the winter wonderland in Bear Valley.

28. Snowshoeing | Define Snowshoeing At
–noun 1. a contrivance that may be attached to the foot to enable the wearer to walk on deep snow without sinking, esp. a light, racketshaped frame across which is

29. North Lake Tahoe Snowshoeing - Snowshoe Trails
Get detailed descriptions and maps for Northern California North Lake Tahoe snowshoeing Snowshoe Trails on, your outdoor planning resource.

30. Colorado - Snowshoeing Vacations - Trip Ideas & Best Weekend Getaways
Plan your Colorado vacation online and learn about snowshoeing and other winter activities in Colorado.

31. Snowshoeing
Extensive Wisconsin snowshoeing information can be found on the official web site of the Wisconsin Department of Tourism. Click here to find information on Wisconsin snowshoeing at
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Use our helpful Trip Finder to find the perfect getaway. Get started. ... Browse lists. JQ("#accountMenu").load("/account.aspx/usermenu"); The John Muir trails of the Kettle Moraine State Forest in Eagle have five snowshoe loops four- to 10-miles long. Kettle Moraine State Forest, Eagle
Six Great Places to Snowshoe Wisconsin
Snowshoeing is a growing sport in Wisconsin. A great workout that doesn’t require technical skill, it’s an easy way to explore spaces and places touched by Old Man Winter’s snowy wand.
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32. Snowshoeing | Leavenworth Winter Sports Club
Icicle River Snowshoe Adventure Trail 3KM. Snowshoers love this trail! It meanders through forests, meadows and dense thickets taking you up close to Icicle Creek in many
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      Icicle River Snowshoe Adventure Trail - 3KM
      Snowshoers love this trail! It meanders through forests, meadows and dense thickets taking you up close to Icicle Creek in many locations. You can enjoy the adventure of "first tracks" after new snow or follow the path others for a more leisurely outing. Find a change of pace, seclusion and tranquility as you wind through through the winter landscape away from the ski trail. The Icicle River Snowshoe Adventure Trail is marked but maintained by the footsteps of the users. It is a free trail, but do not venture onto the ski trail. Snowshoeing is not allowed on the groomed skiing surface at the Icicle River Trail.
      (Icicle River Snowshoe Adventure Trail Map)
      Ski Hill Trail - 7KM
      For a snowshoe adventure on a groomed surface the the Ski Hill Trail makes for a great outing. This is an advanced ski trail with much less ski traffic but it is just right for any ability on snowshoes. A real treat at the Ski Hill is snowshoeing at night. Five kilometers are lit for night use. Just imagine snowflakes drifting down under the lights as you experience the soft silence of the winter night. Beautiful! Snowshoe users share this trail with skiers so please stay to the left edge of the skating lane and NEVER snowshoe in the classic tracks. Lights out at 11PM, have fun!

33. Snowshoeing In Anchorage, Alaska
snowshoeing is a great way to enjoy Anchorage's gorgeous winter wonderland.
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Snowshoeing in Alaska
Strap on a pair of snowshoes for a spectacular way to explore Alaska's winter wonderland! Whether it’s short jaunt for a novice or an overnight getaway for a seasoned trekker, snowshoeing is a unique and great way to get out and enjoy the winter months in the north country. Anchorage boasts hundreds of miles of designated multi-use trails that are perfect for snowshoeing and other winter activities. Areas such as Kincaid Park , the Hillside trail system, Hilltop Ski Area Alpenglow at Arctic Valley , Powerline Pass and Turnagain Pass provide great wilderness snowshoeing adventures within a few minutes of downtown. For a longer day or weekend trip there are countless opportunities outside of Anchorage and all over Southcentral Alaska.
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Eklutna Lake and Eagle River, just 15 to 20 minutes from Anchorage, also provide ideal family snowshoeing locations. Located at Mile 12 of Eagle River Road in the Eagle River Valley, the

34. Boulder Outdoor Center: Outdoor Adventures And Equipment
Retail and rentals of kayaks, canoes, inflatable rafts and snowshoes. Rafting trips, instruction in kayaking, canoeing and snowshoeing.
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35. Snowshoe And Snowshoeing Articles By Snowshoe Workshop Instructor Carl Heilman I
A snowshoeing article about simplifying choosing snowshoes, and getting started with snowshoeing by snowshoeing workshop leader Carl Heilman II.

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You Can Snowshoe Winter Family Fun ... My First Snowshoes Snowshoe Charts Recreational Snowshoes Mountaineering Snowshoes Fitness Snowshoes Bindings ... Snowshoeing Tips Simply Snowshoeing by Carl Heilman II Walking in the snow on snowshoes is one of the most enjoyable and relaxing things I've done. It's hard to explain to someone how something so simple can be so rewarding until they've tried snowshoeing themselves. Each time I put on my snowshoes and walk in an enchanted woods that's draped with a fresh mantle of snow, I still feel the same magic I felt the first time I put on a pair of snowshoes and headed off across the snow. Snowshoes have been in use for as long as 6000 years and they're one of the earliest forms of transportation. Over the centuries, many different sizes and styles of snowshoes were designed for all the various types of snow conditions and topography. Since snowshoes were used more for utility and survival, they were designed for weight carrying capacity, and tended to be a good bit larger than what we're using today. While the traditional styles used through much of this century were the result of centuries of evolution, the past 10 years of snowshoe evolution has seemed to be almost more of a revolution.

36. Whiteface Lake Placid Activities Snowshoeing
snowshoeing in the High Peaks Region of the Adirondack Mountains of Upstate New York

37. Snowshoeing Home
UPDATED September 6, 2010 If you like to hike, you'll love snowshoeing. snowshoeing is a great way to introduce yourself to winter backcountry travel.
UPDATED October 29, 2010
If you like to hike, you'll love snowshoeing. Snowshoeing is a great way to introduce yourself to winter backcountry travel. Whether your goal is to get out for a leisurely walk in the snow or go for a more physically challenging adventure higher into the mountains, the snowshoe course can provide the skills and experience you need. The wonderful thing about snowshoeing is that it's easy to learn and lots of fun. If you can hike you can snowshoe. Take a look at the following photographs to see how much fun snowshoeing can be.
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38. Culinary Colorado
Award-winning Colorado author s website previews guidebooks on skiing and snowshoeing in America s No. 1 winter sports state.
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Food Trucks Are All Over, But Munich Has a Food Airplane
By Claire Walter on October 29, 2010 A US-inspired hot dog stand moored at Munich Airport serves German specialties Colorado is infatuated with food trucks and food carts right now. This was underscored earlier today with a Westword report Civic Center StrEATS , providing that strEATchefs While food trucks, other than roach coaches visiting office parks and taco trucks in Latino neighbhorhoods are still relative novelties in metro Denver, they are old-hat in Europe. Take, for example, Leipzig , which until 20 years ago was in the harshly controlled German Democratic Republic (East Germany), where entrepreneurship was not permitted. Now, dozens of private food trucks drive into the inner city every morning and roll out again every evening. A few dispense ready-to-eat food, but most sell ingredients. There are vegetable trucks, meat trucks, seafood trucks, bread trucks, pastry trucks, pasta trucks, schnapps trucks and more. They line both sides of the streets of several blocks.

39. Upstate New York Snowshoeing In The Adirondacks, New York 6 Million Acre Park Ar
New York snowshoeing in the Adirondacks Many Spots in the adirondack park. Also list town attractions, hiking, skiing, snowmobiling, canoeing, fishing, restaurants, lodgings

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offer an enourmous range of terrain for every snowshoer, whether it is your first time out, or your forty first. Up hill, across lakes, thru hardwood and pine forests, anywhere your heart desires. Snowshoeing allows you to experience the inner quiet of the forest where the ATV's, and snowmobiles don't venture.
click here Snowshoes! click here www.SNOWSHOEING.COM Enjoy Snowshoeing in the Adirondacks click here Snowshoe Techniques Climbing To ascend a slope, kick the front of your snowshoe into the snow and press down to compact it into a step. Make sure that each new step is sufficiently above the last one to avoid collapse. Descending Try to keep your knees bent slightly, lean back, and keep your weight on your heels in order to maintain control. Heel cleats are the key to an easy descent. Keep your knees slightly bent, lean back, and keep your weight on the heel cleats to maintain control. Edging For traversing a slope, kick the side of the shoe into the hillside. Swing the boot heel hard towards the uphill slope, then stomp down securing the snowshoe edge in the slope. The best way to traverse a slope. Kick the side of the snowshoe into the hillside, engaging the cleats. Swing your heel hard towards the uphill slope, then stomp down, securing the snowshoe edge in the slope. Poles are also helpful.

40. Snowshoeing In And Around Woodstock, Vermont
This ancient form of hiking offers people of all ages and abilities a way to get out in nature to enjoy the mystery and serenity of Winter. snowshoeing has come a long way since
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This ancient form of hiking offers people of all ages and abilities a way to get out in nature to enjoy the mystery and serenity of Winter. Snowshoeing has come a long way since the eskimos strapped on wood frames with gut strings. Today, you can enjoy state of the art snowshoes which can be rented at the Woodstock Ski Touring Center , Wilderness Trails in Quechee or Woodstock Sports and Fine Clothing Vermont has myriad woodland trails often used by snowmobile groups. Though alluring, snowmobiles and hikers do not mix. It is suggested you snowshoe on private property with permission or come to our village. Woodstock has a wealth of village trails that you can enjoy free. Drive down Court Street, behind the Woodstock Inn and turn right on Golf Avenue. You'll find the trail head on your left to serene woodland walks up Mt. Peg. At the summit, they intersect with trails maintained by the Woodstock Ski Touring Center for which you will need a day pass that can be purchased at the Center off Route 106. Or enjoy the village trails off Mountain Avenue, just over the Covered Bridge. Continue straight after going through the bridge continuing on Mountain Avenue to Faulkner Park on your right. Trails are obvious on easy switchbacks up to the summit of Mt. Tom. Again, once at the peak, you will be on National Park Property that is groomed and maintained in the winter months by the Woodstock Ski Touring Center. Snowshoeing is best when done with a group and dogs should always be kept on a leash especially as they are not allowed on property maintained by the Woodstock Ski Touring Center in the winter.

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