When the snow hits it means a whole new type of clothing is required. Having the proper snow gear or winter gear is important when it comes to protecting ones self from the winter elements. Our experts will break down the dos and donts of winter wear and help you equip yourself with the proper snow gear. So while we do that and wait for snow to fall – is anyone up for a snowshoe race in the sand?
The most adventurous campers don’t take a break from sleeping outdoors, no matter the season. Pack the right sleeping bag if you’re camping outdoors during winter and read which bags can help you the most.
Since its inception, snowshoes have become diverse in user base as well as its intended use. Read our post on the snowshoeing options available for a diverse pool of enthusiasts.
Avid campers know that if you treat your sleeping bag well, it will return the favor. Read our post on how to properly care for your favorite sleeping bag.
Whether it’s during the summer or winter, having the proper sleeping bag impacts your camping experience. Read our post on how to how to pick out a new sleeping bag.
Camping during the winter months can be as rewarding as it is in the summer but it’s crucial to prepare accordingly with the right tent. Read our post and learn which tents can help you enjoy winter camping.
The cold weather is settling in and winter is right around the corner. That doesn’t mean you can’t go outside; rather, there are ways to keep warm, particularly your feet. Take a look at our post and see how you can keep your feet warm.
With cycling being an exciting activity, one can partake in it year round. However when the cold weather settles in, there are certain measures that can be taken to enjoy the sport and keep warm. Read our post on cold weather cycling and find what you can do to bear the frigid climate.
While you’re exploring the outdoors, it’s crucial to never disregard dehydration during the winter months. Read our blog post for tips on how to prevent winter dehydration.
Ice may be a miracle of nature, but an ice adventure still warrants caution and safety. If you are ice skating, snowshoeing, fishing, or snowmobiling – it is important to know how to gauge the safety of a frozen body of water.
From scenic overlooks to short family jaunts, the Northwest is the ideal location for snowshoers of any skill level. If you are new to snowshoeing, be sure to check out our Intro to Snowshoeing blog posts before you set out on your snowshoeing journey.