Snowshoeing Nobletts
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Snowshoeing Nobletts

In the past few days it has dumped snow in the mountains of Utah.  While staying with my friends Pam and Earl, we decided to hit the trail when the clouds cleared.  So after yoga and brunch, off we went to get in a short afternoon snowshoe. Our pick for a snowshoe – Nobletts Trail … Continue reading

Spring Snowshoe in the Unitas
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Spring Snowshoe in the Unitas

Spring is my favorite time to go snowshoeing.  So when my friend Pam suggesting going while I was staying with her and her husband Earl in Utah, I said I’m all in.  We had a gorgeous day with plenty of sunshine, light breeze, and comfortable temperatures – all the reasons I love snowshoeing in the … Continue reading

Snowshoeing Rabbit Ears
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Snowshoeing Rabbit Ears

It’s a winter wonderland….that can sting your face as the wind howls across the snow covered meadow.  Sounds lovely right?  It does to me!  I’m talking about Rabbit Ears Pass.  It’s the pass you take driving into Steamboat Springs, Colorado.  In the winter, the drive over the pass can be treacherous and I always marvel … Continue reading

Snowshoe St. Mary’s Glacier
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Snowshoe St. Mary’s Glacier

Yes, you can still go snowshoeing in May in Colorado.  One of my favorite spring snowshoe adventures is Saint Mary’s Glacier.  It is about an hour’s drive from Denver.  Technically the glacier is a large perennial snowfield, which means it snow/ice is there year round.  You start at an elevation of 10,428′.  In winter trekking … Continue reading