Snowshoeing is one of the winter activities that with the correct footwear can make hiking and backpacking over snow a lot easier. Snowshoes work by distributing the weight of the person and their backpack over a larger area so that the person's foot does not sink completely into the snow, a term commonly referred to as “post-holing". Snowshoes help prevent that from occurring.
To go outdoors or going into the wild. Having the ability to be one with nature, and to enjoy the peace, and quiet. There are so many attributes to the word that it almost becomes a bit different for each of us. But, for the most part you will find a commonality to it. To enjoy nature, get refreshed, and renewed.
Backpacking is a form of independent travel. It may include use of public transport; inexpensive lodging such as tenting, youth hostels; often a longer duration of the trip when compared with conventional vacations; and typically an interest in meeting locals as well as seeing sights. Backpacking allows people to see more of the beautiful country, and live out of their pack. It is a great source of exercise too, as if you needed an excuse.
The Adirondacks are the mountains located in northern New York and comprise all of the High Peaks of New York. Known for its forever wild preservation, it was once threatened by excessive logging and deforestation.
Hiking is the common word or term for going on hikes along trails, or even perhaps bushwhacking (not following a defined trail) in North America. Regardless of the form you take, hiking can be very rewarding, especially if you include backpacking and camping. Snowshoeing can be included in this subject. While it will require a bit more energy than just hiking, snowshoeing provides a four season approach to hiking.