As part of our snowshoe series today we’re talking about the correct way to put on poles, now we typically publish our snowshoe post every Wednesday but today we’re mixing things up just a little bit.
It doesn’t matter if your skiing, snowshoeing or even hiking, putting poles on properly can reduce wrist strain, muscle fatigue and even efficiency but the majority of people we see on the trails are wearing their poles incorrectly.
Be sure to check out the other posts in our ‘how to snowshoe’ series!
- Introduction to Snowshoeing
- History of Snowshoeing
- 5 Reasons to Snowshoe
- How to Choose a Pair of snowshoes
- Where to Buy Snowshoes
- Essential Clothing & Gear for Snowshoeing
- What to Pack for a Day of Snowshoeing
- To Hike or Snowshoe
- How to Plan a Snowshoe Hike
- Etiquette on the Snowshoe Trails
- How to Put on Snowshoes
- How to Snowshoe
- All about Snowshoe Poles
- How Long Should My Snowshoe Poles Be?
* Bonus Content: Should Snowshoeing be an Olympic Sport?