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Unusual Winter Activities You Might Not Know About

Skijoring

Skijoring is mushing behind a couple of dogs across the snow while the musher rides on a pair of skis. The name skijoring comes from Norwegian. For variety, horse skijoring also exists. You don’t ride the horse, but get dragged behind it. The horse is the “powerboat” that pulls the skier along. You can opt to have one or two dogs haul you down a snowy track, although if you choose a horse, only one should suffice. Horse skijorers have the opportunity to tackle some pretty tall jumps, thanks to the extra speed. It seems people will go to great lengths these days in search of some fun.


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