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Here are the top ten articles for the Winter Sports Site! These rankings are live and get reset at the beginning of each month, so check back often to see what your fellow visitors are most interested in!
1. Snow Shelters
Camping happens in winter as well as summer. Find out how to create a snow shelter for cold-weather camping
2. Summer Snowmobile Storage
Protect your snowmachine and have an easier start of the season this coming winter by practicing summer maintenance for snowmobile storage.
3. Kuskowkim 300 Sled Dog Race
The K300 is a race along rough terrain in Alaska. This mid-distance sled dog race has one of the biggest purses available for any event in a community its size. Read on to find out about one of the important races for mushers.
4. Basics of Cross-Country Skiing
Have you been away from your classic, cross country skis for so long, you are not sure you remember what to do? Read this for a much needed refresher! The first of a series!
5. Wacky Winter Sports
An entertaining look at what people do outdoors in the winter months for a humorous side to sports.
Hypothermia is one of three common cold weather related injuries. Read here to find out the symptoms, treatment and prevention of this devastating injury.
7. Burning Calories in Winter
Find out how many calories you burn buy getting outdoors in the winter months! Don't let the cold turn you into a couch potatoe! Read here to find out just how many calories you can burn!
8. Yukon Quest dog sled race
The Yukon Quest is one of the most renowned dog sledding races in the World. Find out more about this annual February event here.
Frostbite is an easy to prevent cold weather injury. Learn the symptoms, treatments and prevention here. This is the first of a three part series on cold weather injuries.
10. Arctic Man
Whether skier, snowboarder, snowmobiler, or just looking for a good time, the ArcticMan Ski and Sno-Go Classic has something for you! A party of 13,000 people in Alaska's HooDoo Mountains held every April, this article describes the unique race.
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