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         Snowshoeing:     more books (100)
  1. Snowshoeing Colorado, 3rd Edition by Claire Walter, 2004-11-23
  2. Snowshoeing: From Novice to Master (Outdoor Expert) by Gene Prater, Dave Felkey, et all 2002-10
  3. Backcountry Skiing and Snowshoeing in Grand County, Colorado by Deborah, Ph.D. Carr, Lou Ladrigan, 2003-01-31
  4. A Trailside Guide: Snowshoeing (Trailside Guides) by Larry Olmsted, 1998-01-17
  5. The Essential Guide to Cross-Country Skiing & Snowshoeing in the United States by Charles Cook, 1997-09-30
  6. Basic Essentials Snowshoeing (Basic Essentials Series) by Phil Savignano, 2000-10-01
  7. The Snowshoeing Adventure of Milton Daub, Blizzard Trekker (History's Kid Heroes) by Margaret K. Wetterer, Charles M. Wetterer, 2010-08
  8. The Cross-Country Skier's Bible, With a Section on Snowshoeing by Erwin A. Bauer, 1977-10
  9. Cross-Country Skiing and Snowshoeing by Erwin A. Bauer, 1975-09-16
  10. Snowshoeing (Outdoor Pursuits Series) by Sally Edwards, Melissa McKenzie, 1995-01-19
  11. Cross-Country Skiing and Snowshoeing, Aspen and the Roaring Fork Valley by Warren Ohlrich, 1998-11-26
  12. Snowshoeing: Techniques and Routes in the Western Alps (Cicerone Winter and Ski Mountaineering) by Hilary Sharp, 2003-01-01
  13. Rucksack Guide - Ski Mountaineering and Snowshoeing by Alun Richardson, 2009-09-01
  14. Cross-country Skiing and Snowshoeing in Ontario (Travel Guides) by Tracey Arial, 2002-07-18

Tips, techniques, and gear advice.Category Sports Winter Sports snowshoeing...... . snowshoeing. Ifyou can walk, you can snowshoe is a popular and true saying. snowshoeing BOOKS.
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TLB Discussion Forums " The seasons are for our enjoyment - get out in it ! " The Lightweight Backpacker
There's probably a few good reasons to hang up the hiking boots during the WinterI just can't think of one ! Many of the trails that we travel in Spring, Summer, and Fall are also available during the Winter. Many public parks, cities, and towns maintain trail systems which remain accessible for Winter hiking and even snowshoeing. Some have special rules that apply to Winter use so check with them for specifics. If nothing else, it's a great way to keep those hiking muscles active. Many lowland backcountry trails are also available year-round, albeit muddy. Trails in the mountains, (although buried in deep snow) are also traversable (with the help of some special gear). With some additional education, training, and gear, there's no reason we can't be just as actively hiking in the Winter as in the other three seasons. Check it out ! Find out what's available in your area. You might be surprised at the possibilities. For the higher elevations, why not try snowshoeing ?

2. Superior
Describes three hikes on the Superior Hiking Trail. Includes pictures, links to maps, and lodging information.
Snowshoeing the Superior Hiking Trail When I started planning our snowshoeing trip I spent a lot of time trying to find information about some hikes on the internet. I was somewhat unlucky and only found good information from the Superior Hiking Trail Association Website. Hopefully, my recap of my trip can help you plan yours. Hike 1 - Gooseberry Falls State Park
We did this hike the first day, because I thought it would be nice to see the falls and it would be a nice start to a three day trip. Our goal was to follow the snowshoe path up the south side of the river to the fifth falls and then cross the river and come back down on the north side of the river. Unfortunately the path had such little snow cover we decided almost immediately to hike on Gooseberry River.
The second part of our hike we decided to take off our snowshoes and follow the snowshoe loop on the south side of Hwy 61. This is a beautiful hike to a cliff that overlooks Lake Superior.
Total hiking time for both hikes: 4 Hours
Overall rating: B Path is much too beaten down for snowshoeing. If you accept that, or hike on the river, then it's a beautiful hike. The visitors center at Gooseberry falls is brand new and worth visiting!

3. Claire Walter's Web Site
Awardwinning Colorado author's website previews guidebooks on skiing and snowshoeing in America's No. 1 winter sports state.
Claire Walter - Freelance Journalist and Author
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Freelance Journalist and Author: Claire is a frequent contributor to Skiing magazine, and to several other travel and adventure travel magazines. Claire is also the author of, or contributor to, over a dozen books primarily on snowshoeing, skiing and travel.
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4. American Park Network -- Snowshoeing
These premier parks offer snowshoeing opportunities. Click on a park below for more information. © Copyright 2001 APN Media, LLC


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... Wildlife Viewing S NOWSHOEING These premier parks offer snowshoeing opportunities. Click on a park below for more information.

5. Snowshoe Central: Snowshoeing In Sun Valley, Idaho - Winter Recreation
Useful resource offered by a lover of the activity. Check techniques, review equipments, find locations, study safety, and utilize resources.

6. Snowshoeing
snowshoeing in Colorado information. areas, Snow Mountain Ranch offers an assortment of snowshoeing opportunities. Free, guided snowshoe hikes on the ranch


Snowshoeing in Grand County, Colorado
Information provided by Grand County Snow Mountain Ranch/YMCA of the Rockies
Near Granby and close to both the Winter Park and Silver Creek ski areas, Snow Mountain Ranch offers an assortment of snowshoeing opportunities.
Free, guided snowshoe hikes on the ranch are available by reservation. A groomed trail for jogging or snowshoeing is available and animals are welcome on that trail. Information: (970) 887-2152 or (303) 443-4743. Sol Vista Mountain Resort
Showshoe enthusiasts can take advantage of the largest groomed trail system in Colorado at Silver Creek with 40 kilometers of cross- country/snowshoe trails. Although there are no organized hikes, trekkers can explore at their own pace the trails through pine and aspen forests that are home to large herds of deer and elk. Information: 1-800-448-9458. Devil's Thumb Ranch
North of Fraser, Devil's Thumb provides trails of varying difficulty that wind through forested hillsides and across open meadows. Snowshoe-only trails as well as snowshoeing on cross- country trails are available. Information: (970) 726-8231. Grand Lake Village
Grand Lake is home to many quiet snowshoe trails with breathtaking views. The Grand Lake Golf Course, the hiking trails around Lake Granby and Shadow Mountain Lake and the Shadow Mountain canal are perfect for beginners with their gentle slopes and easy access. Showshoe rentals are available at Rocky Mountain Sports in Grand Lake, (970) 627-8124. Trail maps are available at the Grand Lake Visitor Center.

7. Bear Crossing Cross Country Skiing, Snowshoeing Trails
Groomed cross country skiing, snowshoeing and hiking trails through 276 acres in northern Wisconsin near the Chequamegon National Forest.
Bear Crossing Ski Trails - Medford, Wisconsin
Introduction Registration Directions to Bear Crossing Wooden Creations Bear Crossing Ski Trails offers 4 miles, (6.5 kilometers), of groomed cross country skiing, and snowshoeing trails through 276 acres of beautiful deep wooded forest. The property borders the Chequamegon National Forest, which provides many other recreational activities. Unique to Bear Crossing Ski Trails is the short loop trail layout design, patterned after old logging trails. Each ski loop has a different terrain and forest type providing an ideal experience for all ages and skill levels. The flat trails that meander through the aspen stands and tag alder swamps are excellent for first time skiers or those who just prefer a leisurely ski. The delightful rolling hills of the pine, balsam, and mixed hardwood stands provide a greater challenge for those looking for a faster adventure. The Bear Crossing ski trails are great for all ages, young families, experienced skiers, and the elderly, due to the connecting nature of the trails. Skiers are able to match their skills, desires, and distance by determining the trails taken - ensuring an enjoyable outing for all. The majority of the trails intertwine through heavily wooded areas providing excellent opportunities to enjoy the wildlife. The abundant wildlife activity is apparent in the snow trails of the white tail deer, snowshoe hares, ruffed grouse as they make their way though the woods and across the trails. Chickadees, nuthatches, and bluejays fill the air with their sounds and an occasional porcupine can be seen in the treetops.

8. Snowshoes & Snowshoeing Page
A complete and concise guide to snowshoes and snowshoeing by Adirondack guideand snowshoeing workshop presenter Carl Heilman II. Snowshoes snowshoeing.

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Carl Heilman has been involved in the sport of snowshoeing ever since making his first pair of snowshoes in the early 1970's. He has written numerous articles on the subject and has also published a booklet on making snowshoes (unnavailable until fall 2003). He's been leading beginner's and advanced snowshoeing workshops for the Adirondack Mtn. Club and the Appalachian Mtn. Club since the mid 1980's and has also done programs and workshops for many other organizations and schools throughout the northeast. He has also led snowshoe clinics for the major outdoor industry trade show held each winter in Salt Lake City. Carl handcrafted his 'high-tech' traditional snowshoes until 1997, and has also done some snowshoe design consulting work with major manufacturers. especially His snowshoes have been used all over the world, and some of his ideas for snowshoe design have been incorporated into commercial designs. While he enjoys passing along his expertise on snowshoeing and winter travel, he especially enjoys seeing folks turn-on to the sport after using snowshoes for the first time!
The following pages are a result of his trying to help demystify the sport of snowshoeing and choosing snowshoes. Each facet of snowshoes and snowshoeing has been broken down into it's simplest components. Hopefully this will help provide a better understanding of snowshoes so folks can more easily choose snowshoes that are best suited for them, and help them take those first steps in the snow with confidence! Remember

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10. Backcountry Snowshoeing Workshops And Extreme Snowshoeing Clinics With Carl Heil
Above timberline snowshoeing clinics and snowshoeing to the extreme workshopswith wellknown Adirondack guide and photographer, Carl Heilman II.

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Snowshoeing Workshops for 2003

If you are new to the sport of snowshoeing, or would like to hone up your winter skills for more extreme snowshoeing conditions, you might consider joining us on one of our winter workshops. Participants are always enthusiastic and we have a great time no matter what the conditions are! During the workshops we discuss a variety of topics including snowshoe history, construction, design, and choosing what style of snowshoes and bindings would be best for you. Other topics covered include: dressing for winter, related equipment, winter weather conditions, and winter safety. This background will help everyone venture out in winter safely and more confidently. The best part though is always the time spent out in the woods learning and practicing snowshoeing techniques on a variety of snowy terrain. While we strive to provide a safe educational experience, the main object of the workshops is FUN and finding out just how enjoyable snowshoeing can be! We hope to see you this winter! We expect to be leading these same workshops again each winter. As any new dates are confirmed, we'll be adjusting them on our schedule. Please call the phone numbers for each workshop for more information - or click on their names to link to their websites. It's good to call early! The workshops sometimes fill up in late fall or early winter.

11. Ottawa Rambling Club (ORC) -- Recreational Hiking -- Four Seasons Activities --
Provides organized recreational hiking events weekly in the Ottawa Valley and Gatineau. Winter program includes snowshoeing and crosscountry skiing. Out-of-town trips, special events and social activities.
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12. Snowshoe Central: Snowshoeing In Sun Valley, Idaho - Winter Recreation
Includes information about history, gear, and destinations.Category Sports Winter Sports snowshoeing......Sun Valley Seasons is a great resource for locals and vacationers alike. Listings for local events, restaurant reviews and an insiders scoop on the endless

13. Genesee Valley Chapter Of Adirondack Mountain Club
Involved in conservation and education as well as recreational activities including backpacking, canoeing, snowshoeing, and skiing. Includes schedule and membership information. (Rochester)
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14. Snowshoeing
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15. Canadian Rockies Winter Tours And Activities - Skiing, Snowshoeing And Dog Sledd
The snow is a canvas for animal tracks and. snowshoeing allows you to explore a surprisingly vibrant winter
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ICE FISHING Ice Fishing Trips
We feature ice fishing in mountain lakes set high in the snow-covered Rocky Mountains. The air is clean, and the lakes, with vast expanses of untracked snow. are not crowded. Lakes are deep and clear, and hold trophy size fish. The scenery around these lakes is magnificent, the icy majesty of the Rocky Mountains in winter is unforgettable. SLEIGH RIDES Sleigh rides are available every hour on the hour, 7 days per week, from 10:00a.m. to 8:00p.m. weather and snow conditions permitting. Rides are approximately 45 minutes. Advance reservations are required.
Private Rides* - We offer a romantic sleigh ride package perfect for just the two of you. Package includes chocolates and liqueur to make your ride truly special

16. Snowshoeing Home
If you like to hike, you'll love snowshoeing. snowshoeing is a greatway to introduce yourself to winter backcountry travel. Whether
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. Check out the Tours section for scheduled trips for 2002/2003. More trips are being added all the time so check back often. Important News : Due to the lack of snow so far this year, the field trips for the Snowshoe Course have been rescheduled. The new dates can be found in the Field Trips section.

17. Explore Natural Environments, Ecotourism
Offers fixed and custom itineraries for canoeing, sea kayaking, hiking, snowshoeing, skiing, and winter camping in Muskoka, Ontario.
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18. XC Skiing Information From Cross Country Ski Areas Association
Cross country, Nordic, and snowshoe directory offers classifieds, facts and terminology, snow conditions, and links to resorts and services. Cross country ski snow reports. snowshoeing trails too. Information, products and destinations for nordic skiers.
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Cross country ski recreation and vacations. Hundreds of U.S. and Canadian cross country ski areas, nordic centers, and xc trails from Cross Country Ski Areas Association. Cross country ski snow reports. Snowshoeing trails too. Information, products and destinations for nordic skiers. Whether your preference is classic skiing or skate skiing it's all skiiny skiing. Here it's winter all year and trail conditions are perfect at so ski around. Enjoy the site. Check out the new cool stuff for skiers and the grand xc ski vacation sweepstakes. Official sponsors of CCSAA To apply for your Cross Country Ski Areas Association MasterCard credit card, please click above or call 1-800-web-apply (1-800-932-2775) anytime, day or night.
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19. SnowShoeing On HikerCentral
Links to business and informational sites about snowshoeing.
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This is a site dedicated to the fine sport of snowshoeing. The main focus here is on overnight trips and how to camp out in the snow. But also on what to do if you get stuck overnight when you planned to go just for the day. American Park Network Snowshoeing
These premier parks offer snowshoeing opportunities. An essential piece of equipment you need to survive in the cold
Amazing camp stove for the winter backcountry. Most reliable stove ever made, which is extra important in the winter. This stove has saved many snow-hikers from dying in the snow. Backcountry Camping in the Winter
Nice little website by a guy who loves to go camping in the snow. Bill's Snowcamping Site This is a site about camping in the backcountry in the wintertime. You can get there on snowshoes, cross country skis, or by snowmobile. This website will tell you all you need to know about spending the night in the snow, whether you intended to do so or you just got stuck and are forced to stay the night. Bob's Mountain Survival Wilderness survival tips from a guy who seems to know his stuff Chris's survival story A hiker's true story of how he survived two nights in the snow with a broken leg. If you are an outdoors person you should read this, it could save your life one day if something similar happens to you.

20. Snowshoeing Whistler Resort Reservations
Home snowshoeing. Cougar Mountain At Whistler, Experience beautiful views and anunforgettable winter journey. snowshoeing is fun for people of all abilities.
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Cougar Mountain offers the ideal setting for a wilderness snowshoe experience. Whether you are a first timer, or a seasoned veteran of snowshoeing, our friendly professional guides will take you on an unforgettable tour through the woods.
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