Mad Trapper Snowshoe race is a classic series, and we love the night version. Snowshoe by moonlight & your headlamp, navigating through peaceful woods through silky deep snow on somewhat compacted trails. Venues with Mike at The Arc are always fun!
Tag Archives: Snowshoe Running
2022 Dion Snowshoe Squall Race Report
Event Name/ Date/ Location: Dion Snowshoe Squall, February 27, 2022, Hammond Hill Ontario Synopsis: A fun race. We discovered a new place “Hammond Hill” and most of the course was groomed! A real treat for snowshoe running. Beautiful course. Most of the 6 km was actually groomed which is unusual for snowshoe racing. Mostly inContinue reading “2022 Dion Snowshoe Squall Race Report”
2022 Mad Trapper David McCaw Memorial Snowshoe Race
Race Report from the Mad Trapper David McCaw memorial Snowshoe Race. Fun times at The Ark!
2022 Dion Summertown Forest Snowshoe Race Report
Race report from the Summertown Forest Snowshoe Race. Great event put it on your list for 2023.
Dion ‘Ignite The Night’ Snowshoe Run
What better way to start 2022 by doing something new (for me): participate in the Dion ‘Ignite The Night’ snowshoe run! This event took place in the evening of Jan-8 at Upper Canada Heritage Village that boasts an impressive Christmas Light display of 1,000,000 colored lights to illuminate the starting area.
2017 World Snowshoe Championships Race Report
The 2017 World Snowshoe Championships were held in Saranac Lake New York. I had been snowshoe running for a few years at Mad Trapper events but this was my first really big Snowshoe Running event. The race was originally supposed to start in downtown Saranac Lake right in front of the town hall. The townContinue reading “2017 World Snowshoe Championships Race Report”
Snowshoe Running Basics
Slogging through the snowy streets of Ottawa over the winter can be a challenge. Wet feet, snowbanks in the middle of the sidewalk because they get cleared last, and the really cold days when your eyelids freeze together. A little cross training goes a long way to break things up. A few years ago, IContinue reading “Snowshoe Running Basics”