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Get Physical: Find a Trail and Go Snowshoeing

Ok, so you and your honey decided to make a date to get out and enjoy winter this weekend. You're going snowshoeing. Cool. OK, so how do you figure out where to go?

You can ask your local gear store, the place where you bought or rented your snowshoes, or ask a trusted nature friend to point you in the right direction.

Maybe you're planning a day trip a few hours away and want to find some new trails. Check this out. Find a trail using this website from Tubbs.

You can also tell folks about trails you've enjoyed on the Tubbs site.

It's great that the snow has finally come. It actually feels like winter now. So get out of the house and get into the snow.

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Beaner Beaner 10 years
That's so sweet yoyogee. I just got into it myself - botrrowed a friend's pair. It was really tough - I thought it was going to be so easy. The next morning - everything was sore - it was awesome. Talk about a total body workout.
yoyogee yoyogee 10 years
I snow shoed with my baby in a back and it was such a great way to see the snow. It was work though and remember needing lots of water at the end of the day.
snowdaytoday snowdaytoday 10 years
Yeah I hear that linda. Ice doesn't count.
Linda-McP Linda-McP 10 years
I agree, Fit. I used to cross country ski, but quickly became a fan of snowshoeing. It's easy to learn; honestly it's true: if you can walk you can snowshoe. No really expensive equipment, no lines and lots of good aerobic exercise. It really is a great winter sport. (Now, if only we had some good snow here in western PA!)
Fitness Fitness 10 years
I agree yayita, and it can be really expensive too. That's why I like snowshoeing because anywhere that you can walk and has snow, you can walk it with snowshoes. You don't have to pay for expensive lift tickets at ski resorts. You can just go in the woods or places that you hike, around where you live. It's easy, so it takes no time to learn (not like skiing or snowboarding). Anyone can do it.
yayita yayita 10 years
I tried skiing 3 times and failed miserably, it was way fun though but you have to dedicate time to it or else you wont get it
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