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Snowshoeing is a great sport in any area where there is snow. Learning this is as easy as finding a pair of snowshoes and walking. But while you are a beginner, it’s better to start with well-trodden paths. When you can estimate the necessary energy costs, you can plan long walks with friends, or learn about snowshoeing in the mountains, jogging and other types of outdoor activities.