Beauty & Solitude Close to Home
By Sara Schroeder There’s no shortage of great places to snowshoe around Missoula, Montana. Within an hour’s drive are the Bitterroot, Mission, … Read More»
Welcome Winter 2019/20 Ambassadors!
Please welcome our ambassadors for the Winter 2019/20 season. Follow along all season and discover how each of them #ExperienceWinter in their own … Read More»
Who Maintains Hiking Trails?
Sometimes the grind can feel like too much. With all the hustle and bustle that comes with living in modern society, it’s no surprise that people are … Read More»
When Hiking, Who Has the Right of Way?
If you enjoy hiking on somewhat remote, “single-file” trails, you may have met other hikers coming from the opposite direction and wondered whether … Read More»
How Long Should My Hiking Poles Be? How to Adjust for Various Terrains
If you're just learning to use trekking poles on your hiking excursions, the various length options on a retractable pole can be a bit confusing. … Read More»
Six Incredible Hikes to Waterfalls
With few exceptions, waterfalls are one of the world's wonders that remain inaccessible to the casual traveler. To fully experience the awe-inspiring … Read More»
How Hiking Changes Your Brain, According to Science
If you want to have a healthy brain for a long time and enjoy mental well-being, it's important to pay attention to exactly how what you are doing … Read More»
How To Change Out Your Snowshoe Pole Tips for Hiking
You may be surprised to learn that your snowshoe poles don't need to go into storage for the summer... Most snowshoe poles (including ours) are … Read More»
How to Hike Responsibly During Mud Season
Springtime hiking is here! You’ve been waiting all winter to enjoy fresh air, the scenic outdoors, and a good long hike. It’s good to be aware that … Read More»
How to Store Snowshoes in the Off Season
The end of the snowshoeing season is once again upon us. It feels like only yesterday we were brushing the dust of our shoes and heading out to the … Read More»
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