Last week we gave your favorite 13 posts of 2013 and now this week we are listing ours! So kick back, relax, and give another read to some of our favorite stories, guides, and lists from 2013.
Frostbite, or congelatio, is defined as body tissue injury caused by exposure to extreme cold, causing ice crystals to form under the skin and blood vessels, which may result in gangrene. Learn more about the symptoms within our post.
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.
Read up on the top 5 things you should actively avoid getting caught in your boot while you’re out and about.
Read this post and make sure you pick out the proper kids snowshoes for your children when you’re on your family getaway.
Interested in learning something about the history of snowshoeing? Read our blog post to find some facts and helpful hints on snowshoes.
Do you ever find yourself in Colorado? If so, be sure not to miss these great Colorado snowshoe trails!
Planning a Winter Excursion? Think about taking a four-season tent as they are engineered to withstand extreme weather conditions, common in winter and found at higher elevations.
Here in Part II, we’ll talk about where you’re riding and what type of bike you’re riding, and a few tips and tricks for handling commuting by bike, in hot or cold weather.