Snowshoeing is a fun way to explore the snow covered backcountry. If you ever wondered about how to start walking on snowshoes, getting started is easier than you think.
So, since your child's birth, you've been chomping at the bit to nurture the next Mario Lemieux or Peggy Fleming, or perhaps the very first Peggy Lemieux--or maybe you just want to share your interest in ice skating with your little one, but you're not sure where to get started.
Snowshoeing is a healthy, enjoyable and easy to learn winter sport. In this hub I describe health benefits, give examples of gear and show how this is a great way to see the winter world around you
Rediscovering Estes Park's majesty during the winter months can be just as exciting as its beauty in summer.
If you enjoy skiing and cannot travel to the great slopes of Colorodo and Utah, find out what the North Carolina ski resorts can offer you: great prices, excellent slopes, and beautiful accomodations.
Falling on ice is a serious, sometimes life-threatening problem. Getting in the habit of placing rubberized ice cleats on your shoes before treading on ice is the answer. But where do you get them?
Preschoolers will love to ski, as long as their specific needs are kept in mind! Use ski gear meant for preschoolers, such as a ski bib with handles, to help little ones on and off the lift.
Find dog-friendly winter sports trails in Central Oregon. Take your dogs snowshoeing, skijoring, and sledding.