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After more than 30 years in the outdoor writing business, you would think I'd know better.
Tag Archives: Cross Country Skiing
Winter is in full swing here in Michigan. We got pummeled yesterday and the outcome is beautiful. We finally have good X-C skiable snow in southwest Michigan. But, as much as I enjoy traipsing around on snowy trails wearing trail … Continue reading
Posted in Uncategorized Tagged Cross Country Skiing, Hiking, National Park Service, National Parks, Nature, Outdoors, Public Land Leave a comment
Michigan’s winter paradise: groomed ski trails and fat bike destinations
By Howard Meyerson While southern Michigan snowfalls haven’t amounted to much so far, winter is a long way from over. If you’re inclined to get out on cross‑country skis, consider heading north where the snow is deeper. It should be a … Continue reading
X-C Ski Performance: Don’t forget the glide wax
By Howard Meyerson It was cold and the snow was fresh and deep; the cross-country skiing should have been terrific. But, as I shuffled along through the woods one day recently, it felt as though I was skiing in molasses. … Continue reading
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Winter Fun Close to Grand Rapids, MI
One thing that can be said about west Michigan is there are plenty of ways to enjoy the outdoors and find your winter bliss. My newest post on Experience GR Blog, the City of Grand Rapids website, lays it all … Continue reading
Posted in Uncategorized Tagged Birdwatching, Cross Country Skiing, Eagles, Grand Rapids Michigan, Ice skating, Luge, Nature, Skiing 1 Comment
State forest ski trails to be groomed; but will there be snow?
By Howard Meyerson As the first dusting of snow hit southern Michigan over the holidays, I naturally gravitated down to my gear room where I thought to give things the once over. I was full of excited anticipation, much like … Continue reading