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What is Snowshoeing

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Snowshoeing is an activity that anyone can enjoy regardless of their skill level. It's a great way to get outside and explore during the winter months. Snowshoes distribute your body weight over a larger area, so you don't sink into the snow. Snowshoeing gear is relatively inexpensive and easy to find. Most sporting goods stores will carry snowshoes and poles. When choosing a pair of snowshoes, it's important to consider the type of terrain you'll be using them on. If you're planning on doing mostly flat trails, then a lighter pair of snowshoes will suffice. However, if you're planning on venturing into more mountainous areas, then a sturdier pair of snowshoes is necessary. There are also different types of bindings to consider.


Once you have your gear, the next step is to find a good location. Snowshoeing trails can be found in almost every state in the United States. Many state and national parks offer Snowshoeing trails. Some popular Snowshoeing locations include Yellowstone National Park and the Adirondack Mountains in New York, although you can pretty much snowshoe anywhere there is snow. The best part about Snowshoeing is that it's suitable for people of all ages and abilities. So whether you're looking for a new way to explore the great outdoors or just want to stay active during the winter, Snowshoeing is definitely worth trying out.

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Winter in Lake Tahoe in 4K | Snowshoe Hiking & Sunset Cruise

Winter in Lake Tahoe in 4K | Snowshoe Hiking & Sunset Cruise

After a wonderful blizzard, we hiked and snowshoed around Lake Tahoe's famous Fallen Leaf Lake along the Mt. Tallac trail. Winter is a beautiful time, and showshoeing allows you to safely check out some of the surrounding wilderness. In this video, we briefly hiked off trail to reach Floating Island Lake, a hidden gem of South Lake Tahoe. Just be sure you know where you're going and that you're properly prepared! Winter in Tahoe also offers an amazing opportunity to take to the lake, which we did through Emerald Bay Cruises. Although chilly, its the perfect conditions to hop on the lake as the temperature deters most other tourists. Mark Twain once visited this amazing lake and wrote about his journey in "Roughing It." While most tourists come here ski, gamble and snowboard, going uphill can be just as fun (if not more) as going down hill. If you liked this video, please consider supporting us on Patrons will get cool rewards, and are only charged when we release a FULL episode. Thank you!! --OUR FILM GEAR!-- Cameras: Sony A7s ii - Panasonic GH5 - Lenses: Sony 16-35mm f4 Lens - Sony 55mm f1.8 Lens - Panasonic 12-35mm f2.8 Lens - Panasonic 100-300mm Lens - Panasonic 25mm f1.7 Lens - Other: Rode Videomic Pro - Manfrotto BeFree Live Tripod - Moza Aircross 3-Axis Gimbal - --OUR CAMPING GEAR!-- Virtus Knives - Condor Bushlore Knife - Equinox Egret Tarp - Eureka Casper Sleeping Bag - Buck 119 Knife - Mora Craftline Q Knife - Katadyn Water Filter - Platypus Bladder - Some of the links above are Amazon affiliate links. As an Amazon Associate we earn from qualifying purchases. ------------------------------­--------- All of the musical compositions or arrangements and footage in this video are original, and were composed, recorded, and captured by Andrew Lin, Bryan Lin, Robby Huang, and Thomas Sinard Featuring drums by Nate Laguzza Original content and music is copyright Adventure Archives (c) 2018

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