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2820 Mexico Rd.
Milton, PA 17847
570-713-4812
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Where Do You Get the Skishoe Feeling?

 

As with skiing and snowshoeing, you can use gliding snowshoes anywhere there is enough snow on the ground. Of course, when you get a dump of snow, anywhere is fair game, including yards, streets and parking lots (until the snowplows come), golf courses, forests, parkways, and fields. But under normal conditions, where are the best places to skishoe? Typically, the ideal spot has established trails, maybe even groomed and tracked, but room to skishoe alongside them in powder and plenty of opportunities to venture off the trail. Across the country, we’ve found these areas that make for ideal skishoeing.

 

Cazenovia, New York

 

Old Forge and Inlet, New York

 

Raymond B. Winter State Park, Pennsylvania

 

Turin, New York

 

Big Bear Lake, California

 

Pulaski, New York

 

High Point State Park, Sussex, New Jersey