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Snowshoeing Mill D North Fork Big Cottonwood Canyon

Rhiannon Here! Although we hiked loads in 2017, 2018 was not nearly as exciting- we had too many of our routines thrown out of whack. So with school out during Winter Break I thought I’d try to make up for lost time and I took my kids up Big Cottonwood Canyon to snow shoe a trail that we have frequently done without the snow, Mill D North. It’s across the road from Donut Falls (see our guest post here.) Round Trip would be anywhere from 4 miles to about 8 miles, it depends on where you are going- Dog Lake

The White Pine Trailhead | Little Cottonwood Canyon | Adventurin'

Jamie is here to tell us a little about The White Pine Trailhead! We know it's going to be warm this week, so get out there and do something you wouldn't normally do with your advernturous self! One of my favorite ways to embrace winter is to get bundled up and just get out there! I love to get into the mountains where the skies are clear and the snow is sparkling white. The White Pine trailhead in Little Cottonwood Canyon right below Alta is a great spot to snowshoe. It has a parking lot and bathroom facilities. We went

Snowshoeing With Kids | Adventurin'

I've had my snow shoes for almost 10 years and haven't used them in 6 years. (We have some MSR Snowshoes like these.) Why? Well, these are my excuses. SNOWSHOEING TIPS FOR BEGINNERS After a few times out adventuring, one of my snowshoes broke and stayed broken for a good part of those 6 years. Plus, we had two babies in the last 4 years. In the last two weeks I've gone snow shoeing twice, this time with the #ohniceandchubbybabies. Everything in due time right? Anyway, after 10 years, I'm still a beginner. Especially when it comes to packing around
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