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a device to help you walk on deep snow

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You can find contact details here or visit the ski and snowshoe rental and go to one of the designated areas in the High or Low Tatras.
To walk through this season's snowdrifts, snowshoes can make entry into an otherwise impossible world a rewarding adventure.
Ian said: "In really deep powder snow it is almost impossible to travel without snowshoes as ble to travel without snowshoes as you will sink and any progress is exhausting.
To traverse the snow in snowshoes, if possible, walk in the steps made by the person in front of you.
While I've tried the newer models of snowshoes, with neoprene base and a metal frame, I'll take a nice ash frame, carefully woven with babiche (rawhide) any day.
Making their snowshoes outside of Colorado was never an option.
We chose to count beaver colonies on snowshoes in February with snow on the ground and frozen ponds.
Snowshoes change colors to hide from foxes and other predators.
One of the truck's compartments contained a pair of snowshoes, which would come in handy that day.
You can bring your own snowshoes, but I'd suggest coughing up the five bucks and using the old wooden snowshoes that the Park Service provides, some dating back to the 1940s.
The V-shaped tail created a more streamlined design than its competitors' snowshoes and made the Whitetracks' shoes less awkward for walking or running (see Figure 1).
Back at the nature center, we strapped on snowshoes and headed out onto the trails.
Colorado-based Crescent Moon Snowshoe Company makes snowshoes with easy-to-use, adjustable bindings, a lightweight, durable platform and a three-claw crampon system.