Now Over 11 Years Old, Best Blue Route in the USA!
NY Route 30: The Adirondack Trail
The Original and Flagship Site of NYRoutes.com from October 2002
From the New York State Thruway, I-90 to Quebec, Canada
Snowshoeing is an ancient way of winter travel. But instead of the wood & thong beaver-tail stereotype of a shoe, today's shoes are made of aluminum and tough synthetic fabrics and often have crampons, or spikes built into the bindings. They are manufactured locally, in the Adirondack Parks itself.
Licensed guides, professionals, are there to escort the neophyte into the trackless, snowbound wilderness areas. With -25F temperatures and 10' of snow possible, think pro if you're a novice! There is nothing like being in a snow filled spruce forest, on a bright winter afternoon, with just you and your party; just like a beautiful X-Mas card but real.
Caution: Think hypothermia. Wear wool, it will always be warm. Bring back-up sweater, blanket, socks, hat and mitts. Bring some food like candy bars or canned lunch meats: sugar and fats will keep you warm. Carry lighters and fire starters. Carry cell phone and gps, or at least a compass and a topo map. Don't go it alone. More is safer! Bring binding small parts just in case!NYS DEC trail conditions
|Sales & Manufacturing||518 Area Code|
Havlick Shoe Inventory
Made on Premises
Havlick Snowshoe CompanyManufacturers and Sellers of fine custom snowshoes and pack basket
Retailer of quality canoes and kayaks
NY Route 30, Mayfield Village
661-6447 or 1-800-867-7463
On-line orders taken on Havlick's website.
|Licensed Snowshoe Guides|
Anne Twilley's Guide Service
651 Duanesburg Road, NY Route 7
(Raquette is French for snowshoe)Did you know?