Last snowshoe hike of the season

This has been a great season for snowshoeing. We have had regular snow all winter. Plenty of cold temps so snow conditions have been ideal for getting out and wandering around in the woods on the webs.

Ojibwa snowshoes are very versatile. The are maneuverable in the woods and float nicely on snow in the open prairie areas.

In addition to tromping around the usual haunts like Dunnville Bottoms and Menomin Park, I was able to hike in a couple of candle light events at Brunet Island State Park and Giezendanner School Forest. Straight Lake State Park was another worthwhile destination. There is some beautiful scenery in the park.

No winter would be complete with out a Primitive Biathlon. This year the only biathlon in the area was the Ironman Biathlon held at the Coon Valley Conservation Club near the end of January.

A few more photos from the season

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