Snowshoeing in winter is an alternative to people who do not ski, skate or cross country skiing. Even though snow shoeing sounded easy, it was not what I experienced. Those shoes needed some good muscles to tighten and Nadine made sure our snowshoes were all securely tightened and showed us how to walk and manoeuver in it. She came well equipped with radios, extra "big shoes" to wear over if your shoes were not warm enough. This trip was so enjoyable. It was a field trip for adults into the wilderness with Nadine . She showed us how to interpret tracks and what the animals were trying to do, different feature of forest and what caused it. she talked about the windstorms, the birds, the glacier movements, fascinating winter animals and how each survive the winter cold, different algae of the forest, buffalo berries, shrubs and many, many more. Mind you I am not very young and to have me remember everything she got to be very good. Nadine was an energetic guide and her expressions are pretty vivid and the questions asked were mind stimulating. she taught us how to observe and analyse. Very knowledgeable lady and really worth the trip. Personally, I find her kind, patient and engaging to all the her tour members. With this quality and price, it is well worth it.
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