A snowshoe on the Bighorn

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Snowshoeing The Bighorn Trail – Hinton, Alberta
Jan 22, 2017 12:49 PM
Duration (Total) 2h 46m 1s , Distance 4.1 km
A short snowshoe, our first of the year. We haven’t been out enough by any stretch. A steady uphill on the way in. We stopped for a hot drink and a wee fire. -7C
Hiking the Bighorn Trail
Allison and the pups have a difference of opinion about who goes where.
Hiking the Bighorn Trail
Mya was sure my fire-making supplies were actually her throwing sticks.
Hiking the Bighorn Trail
I enjoyed a coffee by the fire.
Hiking the Bighorn Trail
Mya, looking at mom, posing for the camera.
Hiking the Bighorn Trail
I am not too proud to admit I ended up using a lighter and cotton to start the fire.
Hiking the Bighorn Trail
The wee fire threw off a nice bit of warmth for the stop.
Hiking the Bighorn Trail
Of course, a selfie.
Hiking the Bighorn Trail
I haven’t been on this trail in nearly 15 years … it was well marked and had been travelled so easy to follow.
Hiking the Bighorn Trail
I adore my MSR Lightning Accents

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