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Snowshoe Weaving

Create your very own pair of hand-woven snowshoes in this popular two day workshop.

Your instructors for this course are Kielyn and Dave Marrone, husband and wife team and owners of the Sudbury-based company Lure of the North. Together, they've built a life and a career that is driven by their passion for traditional winter travel, crafts and northern culture. These guys have each travelled over 1,000 km by snowshoe. After rigorous testing in various weather conditions and types of terrain, Kielyn and Dave have settled upon a marriage of traditional snowshoe frames and modern weaving materials. The result is a highly functional snowshoe.

This workshop begins with a large selection of the best frames on the market (high quality white ash) and incredibly durable and functional 400 pound test fishing line (monoline) from Vancouver Island. The monoline is lighter, stronger and more abrasion-resistant than traditional rawhide. Plus, it doesn't require varnish or annual maintenance and it is much less likely to stick to wet snow.

Lure of the North has developed a comprehensive snowshoe selection guide to help you choose the best snowshoe style and size based on your terrain preferences. Spaces are limited, so don't miss out on this unique opportunity to learn all about winter travel from our expert instructors.

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For more information, email or call 705.748.9153 x206.

8:30am – 5:30pm
Member Pricing: $268.20*
Non-Member Pricing: $298.00*

Interested in the snowshoe bindings, snowshoe weaving and winter moccasin courses? Sign up for all 3 and receive the binding workshop for FREE!                                   Member Pricing: $645                                                                                                         Non-Member Pricing: $690

*There are no additional taxes on workshop fees.

Not a member? Visit the Membership Page to join and save big on workshops!

Earlier Event: November 4
Snowshoe Bindings
Later Event: November 7
Snowshoe Moccasins