Our very own Bill Lapierre talks about the latest in snowshoes & poles from Yukon Charlie’s. If you are new to the sport of snowshoeing, this video will give you quick pointers, and information on some of our newest products, as well as important safety tips for heading out on the trail this Winter.
We were proud to be a part, for the second year in a row, of the 2012 Canadian Cup for the Conservation Alliance this past January. Sponsored by Arc’teryx, Baffin and Canada Goose, The Canadian Cup for The Conservation Alliance brought 16 teams head to head at Outdoor Retailer Winter Market in Salt Lake City, [...]
We were tickled at having just received our team photo from this year’s Canadian Cup held at last month’s Outdoor Retailer Winter Market. We couldn’t resist sharing it here on the blog. The Canadian Cup for the Conservation Alliance was a 14-team street hockey tourney with teams from Arc’teryx, Baffin, Camelbak, Canada Goose, Eddie Bauer, [...]
We are pleased to announce, recently, our official 2012 Yukon Charlie’s Lookalike: Gabe Perkins! A resident of Bethel Maine, Gabe was officially voted “best lookalike” by Outdoor Retailer Winter Market 2012 attendees via blind ballot, and is the happy recipient of $500 in Yukon Charlie’s gear. We’re proud to hear that, not only is he [...]
So many of us all across the country are still starved for a good snowfall, so we can get out & play…we’re thinking that perhaps tapping into a collective energy will help. Will you all join us in a few rounds of the snowshoe dance?! This fantastic video was created by Evan Williams, a creative [...]
After a long & competitive month of voting by their friends & family along with you, our awesome Yukon Charlie’s fans, we have five great Yukon Charlie’s dopplegangers who have officially been declared finalists in our Lookalike Contest! These five contestants will now move on as official finalists. The winner will be voted for by [...]
Yellowstone, Gettysburg, the Statue of Liberty and the Flight 93 Memorial are among the many national parks that we, as Americans, own together. Keeping this magnificent collection of places well-managed and open to everyone costs less than 1/13th of one percent of the federal budget— quite a bargain for a park system that inspires visitors from around the world and produces nearly 270,000 private sector jobs across the country. Yet for the second year in a row, America’s national parks face an erosion of funding necessary to serve the public and protect park resources.
We are beyond excited about our fun new Kids’ Snowshoes for Winter 2011/2012! New for 2011 our Junior series snowshoes will feature the “NEW” Ripcord one pull binding. Now with one easy pull you will be on the trail. Parents will love this feature! No more getting down on your knees to tighten the kids [...]