My feature story on snowshoeing options appears in the new snowshoemag.com
Earlier this winter, I visited Banff and Lake Louise to research snowshoeing possibilities in Banff National Park. They are leggion. Snowshoers cross the pancake-flat surface of Lake Louise or circumnavigate it on the fringe of the forest. They follow unplowed summer roads and hiking paths. They snowshoe on their own or with informative guides. The highlights of the these offerings appear as a photo-filled feature called “Exploring the Vastness of Banff National Park” in the new issue of snowshoemag.com.