Some people find downhill skiing intimidating. Others just don’t like strapping what amounts to sled rails on their feet and then heading out into snow. Then there are some who simply don’t want to go through the sometimes complex learning curve involved in skiing. If you fit any of these descriptions but still want to get out and have some fun in the snow, then snowshoeing is the sport for you.
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Armen Malikian, GoLite Tualatin store manager, is a savvy adventurer with 18 years of snowshoeing experience. Here’s what he has to say to all you beginners out there. It’s the dead of winter. All of your go-to summer trails …
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Having the right clothing on can make all the difference between a miserable, cold day or a warm, comfortable day in the snowy backcountry. To keep your feet warm and dry on a snowshoe hike, wear boots (not sneakers).
How to Walk on snowshoes
For your reading pleasure and the best snowshoeing education, peruse these resources.
Snowshoeing by Gene Prater
Basic Illustrated Snowshoeing by Eli Burakian