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a device to help you walk on deep snow

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travel on snowshoes

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On March 4, the Rangers Brigade hosts the second part of this year's Raid Des Cadres with a ski and snow shoe race on Mount Hermon.
28 Feb, 4,7,11,14,21,25,28 Mar: Snow shoe trekking with a mountain guide for hiking freaks.
Along with the physical and mental endurance needed for this epic snow shoe expedition, the experienced campers will be collecting data for their dissertation.
5-kilometre snow shoe run in the Bavarian Alps last Wednesday, the Scirocco R Cup racers embarked on cross-country skiing, before then taking part in a 6.
The Cheylesmore resident said: "In recent years I have participated in triathlons, cycled to Paris, climbed the High Atlas mountains in Morocco and snow shoe trekked in Lapland to raise money for Marie Curie Cancer Care.
As a change from the skiing, we went on an organised snow shoe trek from the Sunshine Village with White Mountain Adventures (www.
The resort is resolutely geared to families, with ice skating, tobogganing, use of snow shoes and cross-country skis, a weekly snow shoe tour and a torchlit llama trek available free of charge.
We took part in igloo building, toboganning, ice skating, ice stock and went on a snow shoe hike.
As well as a moonlight snow shoe trail, there's a fantastic sleddog safari where you can learn to become a musher and drive huskies across a cross country trail.
However, he told me today: "The doctor has advised me not to travel so much because of my old playing injury which has flared up and led to me wearing that snow shoe.
The 62-year-old was delighted, especially as his last tour of duty involved cross-country skiing and snow shoe yomping in Norway and kipping down in a tent in a temperature of 30 degrees below freezing.
Snow shoe local trails, winter survival, campfire building and cooking, tracking, map and compass, ice fishing.