Snowshoeing In Unspoiled Wilderness

Posted: Jan 12, 2015 | Category: Camping & Hiking | View All Blog Posts

Why not give snowshoeing a try this winter?  This fun family activity is one of the easiest winter sports to get involved in.   Imagine trekking through pristine back country wilderness, reveling in the rugged splendor of our winter season.

Snowshoeing has been around for thousands of years, and it doesn’t matter whether you are young or old, there is gear to fit every size and budget. Snowshoeing is currently the fastest growing winter sport, and it is easy to see why.  This affordable winter activity is easy, once you have your snowshoes you are good to go, both on and off the trail.  If you love the history and tradition of wooden snowshoes, or the more modern plastic kind they are still a fun low- impact workout that will take you through a snowy winter wonderland.

Snowshoes make it possible for back country hikes in deep powder. They make it easy to create new trails whether you are by yourself or with a group.

TKids Snowshoeinghe Loring-Restoule region has many trails, logging roads, Provincial Parks & miles of breathtaking shoreline to explore.

If you love a good workout, snowshoeing can help you burn over 600 calories per hour.

For the more laid back outdoors person that prefers a simple trek in the wilderness, basic snowshoes and a set of ski poles will ensure you have a pleasant experience in the great outdoors.

Snowshoeing is a great sport the entire family will enjoy.  Its a great way to get kids outdoors and active.  After curl up by the fire with a hot chocolate.

Accommodation providers can help give you an idea of which trails work best, and where to rent gear if you do not have your own.