It’s an interesting time for the world of snowshoe racing. With improved shoe traction devices and ski touring/uphill gear, many casual outdoor exercisers and elite endurance athletes don’t really need to strap on a pair of snowshoes. Unless, however, they … Continue reading →
What an epiphany when I realized that running on snow in the winter was not only accessible, but also more physically sustainable than running on roads, or even trail running in the summer. Accessible because of new advances in foot … Continue reading →
The 2015 FIS Alpine World Ski Championships are drawing in crowds from all over the world to watch the races on Beaver Creek Mountain in Colorado, and Atlas Snow-Shoe Company is helping to keep the fans on their feet.
There are times when we need to pack up your poles. When we’re traveling to our snowshoe destination by airplane. When we’re touring the backcountry, camping along the way, or touring across a variety of terrain, some of which requires … Continue reading →
While I never saw her drink the entire time I was growing up, my mother kept a small bottle of brandy in the cupboard. Mom hailed from upstate Wisconsin and had been a great ice skater in her day, so … Continue reading →
Perhaps it had been too long since I’d studied the features of backpacks. Perhaps I hadn’t ever taken backpacks seriously enough. But I was a bit taken aback when I read what Klymit’s Motion 35 backpack can do.