Or will I be totally out of shape this spring?
Don't get me wrong, I love skiing. I hit the slopes several times every winter. But I'm looking for something new and exciting that I can do in the outdoors during the winter months. Any ideas?
Or is that just wishful thinking?
I noticed that the World Championship Shovel Races are coming up this weekend and thought, "Hey, now there's a sport I might be able to compete in." What steps should I take to prepare for next year?
I want to go ice skating on the lake near my house. How do I know if it’s safe?
What are the key differences between polo played on a regular field and polo played on the snow—and how does it affect the horses?
Can you suggest some survival tips for those who unexpectedly find themselves in an emergency situation during the winter months?
I'm unable to invest in a lot of new gear this snow season, so should I go with cross-country skis or a pair of snowshoes?
I live down South and am leaving to go on my first ski trip this winter. How worried should I be about frostbite?
My New Year’s resolution is to commute to work by bike. How do I do this in the snow?
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