New Hampshire Snowshoeing
Snowshoeing Tips and Trail Etiquette
Although records of the first snowshoes are unclear, it is estimated that they go back 4,000-6,000 years, and most likely originated in Central Asia. Becaus snowshoes distribute weight over a wider area, they allow for quicker and more efficient travel over deep snow. If you can walk, you can snowshoe. Why not take a winter adventure – snowshoeing in New Hampshire. An amazing way to experience nature, stay in shape and enjoy the great outdoors. To promote your business in NHLiving.com – New Hampshire’s Internet Magazine, please contact us.
Follow the following Snowshoeing Tips for a safer snowshoeing experience:
Many New Hampshire Inns and Resorts offer snowshoe trails, rentals, and instruction. The wonderful and historic Chase House in Cornish, New Hampshire has miles of scenic snowshoeing trails nearby that include spectacular views of the Connecticut River valley. The Inns trails can accommodate all levels of expertise.
Shop for Snowshoes, Snowtubes and Sleds for Adults and Kids. The Snow Shack sells snowshoes from Tubbs, Redfeather, and Little Bear.
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