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We want YOU to be our next Ambassador!

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Tubbs Snowshoes is excited to introduce the third year of our Ambassador Program! We’re looking for 12 intrepid snowshoe enthusiasts who can best capture the experience of snowshoeing – from the lessons of a beginner to a seasoned veteran – with words and photos to help show winter’s wonder. Read More

Hit the Trails at Your National Parks

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From Alaska to Maine, the United States National Parks Service provides protection for epic vistas, pristine valleys, and soaring peaks for our enjoyment. Read below about snowshoeing in three of the nearly 400 National Parks; Denali National Park, Mt. Rainier National Park, and Great Sand Dunes National Park.

DENALI NATIONAL PARK

Covering over 6 million acres in Read More

CONTEST: Camp like a Champ

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Enter for a chance to Camp like a Champ with two (2) Tubbs Snowshoes camp chairs, and a 2-Burner HYPERFLAME Stove from Coleman!

How to enter?

Simply use the contest widget below to share your best camping tips
Extra entries can be earned for following Tubbs Snowshoes on Facebook and Twitter

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Trail Mix Trio

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Keeping your energy up during long treks is important for your health and performance. Trail mix is a popular way to munch your way up the hill, and make it back down. Packed with a nice balance of protein, carbohydrates, and healthy fats, trail mix is also extremely versatile and can fit your personal taste!

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10 Best Summer Hiking Trails in the US

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The snow may not be lining our favorite trails anymore, but that doesn’t stop us from adventuring outside! From alpine lakes to red, rocky canyons, we love to get on a new trail and enjoy what nature has to offer. Take a look at 10 of the best hikes in the United States:

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Storing Your Snowshoes for the Off-Season

 
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Despite the fact that here in Cañon City, Colorado, it has been snowing (very lightly) for the last two days now, like most snowshoers, I know it’s almost time to pack away my long johns and ski pants, hang up my beloved snowshoes  and prepare for the coming summer heat. 

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BEST IN SNOW: Photo Contest

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Share photos from your adventures on Tubbs Snowshoes this season for a chance to win one of five prizes including a pair of snowshoes, gaiters, or 3-piece poles.

ENTER TWO WAYS: 1) Share your photo on Instagram and tag @tubbssnowshoes OR 2) Post your photo to Tubbs Facebook wall, www.facebook.com/tubbssnowshoes. Five (5) pictures with the most Read More

Better Photos in the Snow

 
Learn a few tips and techniques to snap better photos while having fun in the snow!

ADJUST WHITE BALANCE
Some cameras have a “snow” setting that automatically adjusts the setting for snowy conditions, but for those with manual controls adjust your white balance until the snow on your screen looks white, rather than blue.

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Get Fit Snowshoeing This Winter

Did you know snowshoeing burns 420-1000 calories per hour? Build cardio, strength, agility, and endurance all at once when you snowshoe in the cool fresh air.

BOOST YOUR WINTER WORKOUT

Buddy Up & Burn
Research shows that friends who exercise together achieve better results.

Break Trail to Lose Tail
Breaking trail through fresh powder takes increased physical effort, for a more Read More