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Snowshoes are the unavoidable tool for hiking the great outdoors as snowshoeing is one of the easiest ways to enjoy the phenomenal panoramas of the French mountain ranges. Properly choosing one’s equipment will guarantee that a snowshoeing outing does not become the hike from hell.
The choice of a snowshoe will depend primarily on the terrain and the snow conditions: flat terrain, rugged uneven terrain, hard-packed snow or powder, short hike or trek. The following advice will help you find the appropriate compromise for most snowshoeing outings.
There are 6 primary criteria to keep in mind:
You now know everything you need to know about snowshoes; you may choose with confidence.
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