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How to Make Improvised Snowshoes

In January of 2015, two Canadian hikers set off on a hike in the Eastern High Peaks Wilderness of the Adirondacks. There was snow around, but it seemed like the trail was clear enough so they opted to stick with their boots and leave the snowshoes behind as they made their way toward the top […] The post How to Make Improvised Snowshoes appeared first on The Art of Manliness.
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