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Re: [hiking-309] New Event: Snowshoe hike

From: user 4.
Sent on: Monday, December 3, 2007 8:18 PM
> You will need a pair of snowshoes. A reasonable pair will cost around 
> $200.
Actually, I've found the MSR Denalis to be quite serviceable when I've 
snowshoed in Colorado, and those usually cost about $130 or so.  They 
have an extra piece that can be added to the tail if you get into some 
powder or rather deep snow to help you "float" and not sink in too 
deeply.  They will last almost forever.

Hope you guys are staying warm in Bend.  I was there for a short time 
checking up on the construction, still can't occupy the house.  I hope 
to catch up with you all again in the summer.  Meanwhile, have a blast 
on your snow shoe adventures.  I'll be thinking of you while I'm out 
golfing in 60 degree weather :).

Cynthia

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