There’s no quicker way to ruin a fun day snowshoeing than by being cold, wet, or uncomfortable. It’s important to dress properly and that means wearing clothes that are warm, stretchy, and moisture-wicking. Not only that, you’ll want to dress in layers. Opt for a sweat-resistant baselayer
to prevent you from feeling damp or sticky, along with a solid mid-layer
and waterproof shell
. And don’t forget your head and extremities. Pack a good hat, a warm pair of socks, and nice gloves. Remember that learning how to stay warm outside in the winter
is a learned art and the more you practice, the better you’ll get.