From the Winter Wildlands Alliance: Dear Atlas Snow-Shoe Company, SnowSchool is officially winding down for the year and we’ve put together this season-end report to update you on all the recent SnowSchool developments made possible by Atlas’ support this past year. Program Scope and Impact As we do at the end of every SnowSchool season,
No, not THAT story of Atlas, but our snowshoe brand of course! Ever wonder how Atlas Snow-Shoe Company came to be? Some of you might know the general gist: that the product was born from a Stanford student’s engineering thesis. But what happened between then and now? Our creator’s alma mater put together an amazing history
Our Atlas fans are an incredible community; you’re up for trying new things and are always sharing your stories and photos, telling us where you’ve been. We thought we’d provide some inspiration as you plan your next trip (particularly in the northern hemisphere where the weather is warming up). Have you ever taken on the
Photo credit: Ian Coble Do you have an adventurous challenge coming up? Perhaps you’re a year-round athlete or outdoorsman (or woman), but some people like to take a few months off to enjoy other activities, spend time with family, maybe you’re busy with work or school. If that’s the case, now is the time to start preparing
Looking to get out on snow while you still can? In the Trails.com Snowshoeing section you will find everything from easy snowshoe trails to overnight backcountry snowshoeing and winter camping trips. They have winter trails everywhere from sno-parks and winter playgrounds to remote backcountry lakes, canyons, and mountain peaks – something for snowshoers and “winter hikers”
Photo credit: adventure cycling.org June 3, 2017 marks the American Hiking Society’s National Trails Day. You might be asking, why does a snowshoe company care about a trails celebration when there’s no snow? Well, we’re so glad you asked! It’s because we’re not just here to talk snowshoes, we’re here to encourage everyone to get outside,
Looking to buy new snowshoes for your kids? Check out Backcountry.com’s Atlas Snowshoes for Kids gear reviews to help you choose the best model snowshoes for your girls and boys.
Watch this beautiful video of Christo Hutchel’s snowshoe tour group traveling through the Allgäu Alps in Germany just east of Garmisch-Partenkirchen near the Austrian border.
National parks all over the United States offer some of the best snowshoeing and hiking opportunities in the country. Celebrate with a snowshoe hike at one of these 10 U.S. National Parks during the free National Park Week, April 15-23, 2017.
Ramakko’s Source for Adventure and Atlas donated 40 brand new pairs of snowshoes to Kivi Park this winter so local kids could experience their fabulous #snowshoeing trails. The park started a snowshoe-lending program for schools, to get kids outdoors and into the fresh air.