Bloggers Sara & Brent from Dashboard Living share their favorite trails for snowshoeing and winter hiking .
Hiking has always been a big part of our lives (and our relationship). In fact, one of our earliest dates was a weekend hiking trip and since then it’s been one adventure after another. Snowshoeing, for us, started out as a way to extend the hiking season but quickly turned into one of our favorite activities.
We get it, preparing to set off for your first hike, or the idea of getting back into hiking if you’ve been busy, is exciting, and you may be thinking “I’ll just lace up my usual running shoes and go, right?” Not quite…
Whether you are about to embark on a larger trek or just a short hike, there is a lot to consider before you set off.
Here are some ideas to get you thinking about how to prepare for your hiking adventures
The Women's Adventure Film Tour is an evening of short documentary films from around the world showcasing strong, empowered and physically active women. Some of these women perform at professional levels of athleticism, some fight for the preservation of natural areas, some challenge stereotypes and others overcome fears. All of them inspire.
We live in a province that spends many months in a winter-y environment. At The Trail Shop, we're big believers that all seasons are GREAT seasons, and that we are able to get outside and enjoy adventures all throughout the year!
We asked our friends at A for Adventure if they had any recommendations for the best places in Nova Scotia to go for winter adventures, and here's what Jan LaPierre had to say!
There are many small and easy ways that you can help make a difference while you travel. From green activities, reusable products, and reducing your transportation footprint.