A basic, affordable snowshoes for the newbies.
For those who prefer vertical to distance, the 438 is your snowshoe.
A woman-specific shoe that will keep your toes warm.
The perfect snowshoe for the those who just want to take a hike over snow.
The name says it all - these shoes let you run.
These shoes will always get you through, regardless of the situation.
These burly monsters will not let you sink, period.
Stay afloat this winter with these worthy snowshoes.
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Snowshoes built for little feet and short gaits.
Even on steep, deep, and technical inclines these shoes performed mightily.
$70 snowshoes that perform.
Snowshoes built for beginners
Rely on the jagged steal crampons for grip and add-on tails for super float.
Snowshoes that comfortably fit on the back of a pack.
Run, really run, in the snow with the help of these snowshoes.
The most versatile cold-weather boot for backpacking and snowshoeing.
These wide-decked Tubbs snowshoes are perfect for long hauls and large loads.
These TSL snowshoes are best for day-long adventures over varied terrain.
New to snowshoeing? Check out this stable snowshoe for beginners.
Great shoe for deep powder and big mountains
Best shoe for the mini mountaineer
Check out this staff favorite voted best-all-around snowshoe.
This ultralight aluminum-based snowshoe will keep you moving fast.
Comfortable and stable straps win this snowshoe the best binding award.
These bargain snowshoes–under $200–excelled on rolling hills and meadows.
For extreme waterproofing at a good price, you can't beat these insulated, high cut boots.
3 tips for conquering hills and steep trails
Want to hike visit Yellowstone in winter? Follow our guide to get all the winter highlights.
With the cold driving away crowds, National Parks are a delight to visit in winter. Here's our top picks.
Follow these tips to fix any snowshoe problem you meet on the trail.
Keep your feet warm and dry while snowshoeing, camping, and shoveling the driveway with the Columbia Ice Dragon, North Face Ice Storm GTX, and Kamik Patriot.
Keep your feet toasty with these 6 tricks
3 tips for conquering snowy hills and steep climbs
Snowshoe to a scenic high balcony
Lake effect snow and a vast virgin forest make this a spectacular winter getaway for skiing and snowshoeing
A favorite among mountaineers
Stay cozy this winter by bedding down in a heated cabin or yurt.
Bust out of winter doldrums on one of these stellar snowshoe routes.
Winter warmth is easy with these tips from arctic explorers, cold-weather experts, and army docs.
Watching snow fall is a backcountry joy--unless it's barreling 80 mph down a mountain and you're in its path.
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How to travel safely across four seasons of white.
Follow these tips when you embark on your next snowshoeing journey.
Follow these tips before you embark on your next winter snowshoeing journey.
Take BACKPACKER's quiz to quickly determine where your natural ability directs you.
Get up close and personal with all those snowshoe parts.
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The size and type you'll need depends on your weight (with pack) and the snow type you expect to encounter.
When the white stuff piles up, work together to break a trail.
When the rest of the East is bare, snowshoers can find plenty of powder in New York's Five Ponds Wilderness.
Hike this crown of North Cascades National Park, Washington.
Extend the hiking season at these three destinations, all perfect for winter newbies.
Stomp and glide at Wild River State Park, where no snow monsters are allowed.
Tips to take with you when the winter snow flies in camp.
Techniques for winter trekking. Find out the advantages snowshoes provide for getting over hill and dale.
When temps warm but the going's still snowy, strap on snowshoes to reach Washington's hidden camping gems.
It may be winter, but that's no reason to stop hiking.