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Welcome to 2015!

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Advice from the Pros

"The only serious tricks to discover are on the downhill. Keep your arms out to the side and open up your stride. The magic of snowshoeing happens on the downhill when you start to "float" on the powder! It's a kick. And loads of fun, that is until your foot gets trapped under some submerged log and you fall flat on your face in the powder. But that's kind of fun too. It's hard to get hurt showshoeing, because the surface is so forgiving."

"Snowshoeing is great because no matter how cold it is outside, if you wear enough layers and do at least 15 to 20 minutes on snowshoes, you will break a sweat every time. No excuses, like it's too cold. It's never too cold to snowshoe."


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