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Cross Country Skiing and Snowshoeing
by Erwin A. Bauer
Hardcover - September 1975

The Essential Snowshoer: A Step-by-Step Guide
by Marianne Zwosta
Paperback

Take a hike. . .A winter hike. Whether it's a leisurely stroll in your neighbor park or a week-long backcountry trek, snowshoeing is the key to enjoying winter rather than enduring it. And here's the perfect introduction to this refreshingly uncomplicated sport. The Essential Snowshoer offers all ...

Snowshoeing (Basic Essentials Series)
by Phil Savignano
For a generation, the Basic Essentials(tm) series has been as much a part of the outdoors experience as backpacks and hiking boots. Information-packed tools for the novice or handy references for the veteran, these volumes distill years of knowledge into affordable and portable books. Whether you're ...
Paperback - October 2000

Snowshoeing
by Steven A. Griffin
Paperback - September 1998

Tips and techniques from competitive snowshoers and industry professionals. Instructional photographs of gear and techniques with practical information on care and repair of equipment. The design and material of snowshoes have evolved significantly over time, but their use as a form of winter transportation and recreation has remained constant for the last five thousand years. ...

Snowshoe Routes: Northern California (Snowshoe Routes)
by Marc J. Soares
Paperback - October 2002

Snowshoeing is fun, easy, low-impact, and a great way to get in shape or stay in shape. It's also the perfect way to keep hiking throughout the winter months. From a moderate 3.6-mile snowshoeing trip to Andesite Peak in the Lake Tahoe region, to a 25-mile backcountry adventure, to meadows on the Lake Helen and Kings Creek Meadow route in Lassen Volcanic National Park-Soares offers winter hikes for showshoers of all abilities. ...

Snowshoeing (Outdoor Pursuits Series)
by Sally Edwards, Melissa McKenzie (Contributor)
Paperback - June 1995

Because of the invention of snowshoes that allow for greater ease of movement, snowshoeing has become increasingly popular among people of all ages and fitness levels. Now, you can join the growing number of people who are discovering the fun and fitness benefits of snowshoeingthis complete guide shows you how. ...

The Winter Wilderness Companion: Traditional and Native American Skills for the Undiscovered Season
by Garrett Conover, et al
Paperback

Snowshoeing Through Sewers: Adventures in New York City, New Jersey, and Philadelphia
by Michael Aaron Rockland
Hardcover - October 1994

Snowshoe Routes: Washington
by Dan A. Nelson
Paperback - December 1998

Washington hikers are fast discovering that there's no reason to stop hiking when snow falls. Since 1990, the number of snowshoers has increased by more than 300 percent. Covering 81 routes ranging from beginner-level to hard-core backcountry, Nelson provides much-needed access information for ...

Snowshoe Trails of California: 90 of the Best Routes in the Cascades & the Sierra
by Michael C. White
Paperback - April 2001

California boasts vast acres of prime backcountry ideal for snowshoeing. Here are accessible and scenic routes from Mt. Shasta to the Eastern Sierra, including the volcanic paradise of Lassen Peak, and the secluded lakes of Plumas-Eureka State Park. So strap on a pair of snowshoes, grab this book, and head for the snowy hills! ...

The Essential Guide to Cross-Country Skiing & Snowshoeing in the States
by Charles Cook
Paperback - November 1997

Snowshoe Routes: Colorado's Front Range
by Alan Apt
Paperback - November 2001

Snowshoe Routes: Oregon
by Shea Andersen
Paperback - September 2001

Snowshoeing: From Novice to Master (Outdoor Expert)
by Gene Prater, Dave Felkey
Paperback - October 2002

Snowshoe Trails of Tahoe
by Michael C. White
Paperback - March 1999

Finally there is a guide to the snowshoe trails of California's ultimate winter playground, Tahoe. This book describes 43 of Tahoe's best snowshoe trips, all chosen for their great scenery and easy accessibility. With custom-made topographic maps and precise directions to the trailheads, this book shows you exactly where to go and describes each trip in detail so you can choose precisely the kind of outing you want. ...

Snowshoe Trails of Yosemite
by Michael C. White
Paperback - December 1999

Yosemite is one of the great natural wonders of the world but much of it has been relatively inaccessible when snow covers the ground. Now, author Michael C. White opens up a whole world of possibilities. For those folks willing to travel under their own power, a new playground exists. Like his best-selling Snowshoe Trails of Tahoe, ...

Walk into winter : a complete snowshoeing & winter camping guide
by Gerry Wolfram

Winter Trails New York: The Best Cross-Country Ski & Snowshoe Trails (Winter Trails Series)
by Johanna Farra, et al
Paperback - October 2000

Designed for all levels, from consummate skiers and snowshoers to beginners and families, Winter Trails(tm) will lead you to the best places to snowshoe or cross-country ski in New York. Be it a day trip or a two-hour jaunt, you can enjoy the beauty and peacefulness of the great outdoors in winter...

Winter Trails Montana: The Best Cross-Country Ski & Snowshoe Trails
by Jean Arthur
Paperback - October 2000

Designed for all levels, from consummate skiers and snowshoers to beginners and families, Winter Trails(tm) will lead you to the best places to snowshoe or cross-country ski in Montana. Be it a day trip or a two-hour jaunt, you can enjoy the beauty and peacefulness of the great outdoors in winter with these 42 carefully researched trails. ...

The Cross-Country Skier's Bible, With a Section on Snowshoeing
by Erwin A. Bauer
Paperback - October 1977

The Snowshoe Book
by William Osgood, Leslie Hurley (Contributor)
Paperback - November 1988

Winter Touring: Cross-Country Skiing and Snowshoeing
by Clayne R. Jensen
Paperback - October 1977

Snow Trails: Ski and Snow Routes in the Cascades
by Gene Prater
Paperback - June 1975

Snowshoeing
by Gene Prater
Paperback - December 1988

Winter Trails: Colorado: The Best Cross-Country Ski & Snowshoe Trails (Winter Trails Series)
by Andy Lightbody, Tari Lightbody
Paperback - January 1999

Winter Trails Michigan: The Best Cross-Country Ski & Snoeshoe Trails (Winter Trails Michigan, 1st Ed)
by William Semion
Paperback - October 2000

Designed for all levels, from consummate skiers and snowshoers to beginners and families, Winter Trails(tm) will lead you to the best places to snowshoe or cross-country ski in Michigan. Be it a day trip or a two-hour jaunt, you can enjoy the beauty and peacefulness of the great outdoors in winter with these 42 carefully researched trails. ...

The White Earth Snowshoe Guide Book
by Tom Hollatz
Paperback - June 1975

Snow tours in Washington

Winter Trails Maine (Winter trails series)
by Marty Basch
Paperback

Designed for all levels, from the consummate winter recreational skiers and snowshoers to beginners and families, Winter Trails will lead you to the best places to snowshoe or cross-country ski in Maine. Be it a day-trip, a two-hour jaunt, or an overnight in the backcountry, you can enjoy the beauty and peacefulness of the great outdoors in winter with these 40 carefully researched trails. ...

Cross-Country Skiing and Snowshoeing, Aspen and the Roaring Fork Valley
by Warren Ohlrich
Paperback

This guidebook for Colorado's Roaring Fork Valley details the opportunities for both cross-country skiing and snowshoeing in and around the towns of Aspen, Ashcroft, Snowmass Village, Basalt, Carbondale, Redstone, and Glenwood Springs. The book features route descriptions for both snowshoeing and skiing, ...

Cross Country Skiing & Snowshoeing
by Erwin A. Bauer
Paperback - December 1985

Winter Trails Wisconsin: The Best Cross Country Ski & Snowshoe Trails (Winter Trails Wisconsin, 1st Ed)
by Phil Van Valkenberg
Paperback - October 1999

The Complete Winter Sports Safety Manual: Staying Safe & Warm Snowshoeing, Skiing, Snowboarding, Snowmobiling & Camping
by Bern Dreissman, Bern Kreissman
Paperback - June 1997

Every year, thousands of winter recreationists are hospitalized in the U.S. with broken legs, dislocated shoulders, lacerated knees, and spinal fractures, not to mention the victims of frostbite, hypothermia, and avalanches. Learn the Stay-Sage secrets of winter sports Lightweight winter dress to keep...

Poudre Canyon cross-country ski and snowshoe trails
by Mary Hagen

Snow Trails : Cross-country Ski and Snowshoe in Central and Western New York
by Rich Freeman, et al
Paperback
Winters in Central and Western New York can be long and snowy. Perfect weather for adventures on skis or snowshoes. Snow Trails shows where to go: * close to home for a spontaneous outing when the snow flies * or farther afield for a full day adventure to a new and exhilarating locale. With Snow...
 

The Snowshoe Handbook
by Len McDougall
Paperback from Burford Books
 
Snowshoe Routes Washington
by Dan A. Nelson
Paperback from Mountaineers Books
 
Snowshoeing: From Novice to Master (Outdoor Expert)
by Gene Prater, Dave Felkey, Dave Felkley
Paperback from Mountaineers Books
 
Snowshoeing Colorado
by Claire Walter
Paperback from Fulcrum Pub
 
Snowshoeing: A Trailside Guide (Trailside Series Guide)
by Larry Olmsted, Larry Clmsted
Paperback from W.W. Norton & Company
 
Snowshoe Trails of Tahoe
by Michael C. White
Paperback from Wilderness Press
 
Snowshoe Trails of California: 90 Of the Best Routes in the Cascades & the Sierra
by Michael C. White
Paperback from Wilderness Press
 
Snowshoe Routes: Northern California (Snowshoe Routes)
by Marc J. Soares
Paperback from Mountaineers Books
 
The Snowshoe Handbook
by Len McDougall
Paperback

Snowshoeing
by Gene Prater, Dave Felkley (Editor)
Learn to navigate through snow-clad woods, compete in races, and climb to new summits with easily learned techniques in Snowshoeing. This complete update of the late Gene Prater's classic how-to manual has all the latest information on snowshoeing equipment--from various types of snowshoes to ...
Paperback - November 1997

Snowshoeing: A Trailside Guide (Trailside Series Guide)
by Larry Olmsted, Larry Clmsted
Paperback - January 1998

The ancient, elegantly useful snowshoe has taken the outdoor sports scene by storm. With sales of snowshoes more than doubling every year this decade, snowshoeing rivals its trendy cousin snowboarding as the fastest growing winter sport in the States. In this indispensable guide, avid snowshoer Larry Olmsted enumerates the many reasons for snowshoeing's meteoric rise. ...

Winter Tales and Trails: Skiing, Snowshoeing and Snowboarding in Idaho, the Grand Tetons and Yellowstone National Park
by Ron Watters
Paperback - January 1998
 

Winter Trails New York : The Best Cross-Country Ski & Snowshoe Trails
by Ron Farra, Johanna Farra
Paperback from Globe Pequot Pr
 
Building Snowshoes
by Gil Gilpatrick (Photographer)
(Spiral-bound)
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Wasatch Winter Trails: Beginner and Intermediate Ski and Snowshoe Tours in the Wasatch and Uinta Mountains
by John Veranth
Paperback - November 1991
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The Vail Hiker and Ski Touring Guide
by Mary Ellen Gilliland (Spiral-bound)
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Snowshoeing Quick Load
by Barbara J. Holesinsky
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Walk into Winter: A Complete Snowshoeing and Winter Camping Guide
by Gerry. Wolfram
Hardcover - January 1978
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Making It: Winter Survival
by John Hitchcock, Charles K. Fox
Paperback - October 1973
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La raquette áa neige
by Paul Carpentier
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Building Snowshoes: Easy Step-By-Step Instructions and Patterns for 4 Snowshoe Styles
by Gil Gilpatrick
Paperback - January 1979
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Walking on Water: A Comprehensive Snowshoeing and Skishoeing Guidebook
by Carl Heilman
Paperback - October 1998
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Making It: A Guide to Cross Country Skiing Snowshoeing and Winter Survival
by John C. Hitchcock, Charles K. Fox
Paperback - June 1973
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A Snow Walker's Companion: Winter Trail Skills from the Far North
by Garrett Conover, Alexandra Conover (Contributor)
Paperback
In these last wildlands of North America, the nomadic, indigenous people have perfected ways of living and traveling in winter using elegant and sophisticated snowshoes, toboggans, and sleds that make it possible for trekkers to carry heavy weights-wood stoves, wall tents, and real food-with far less effort than with the ultralight backpacking equipment more often associated with the winter camper. ...
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