Thanks for the info.
I googled it. Maybe I wasn't clear in my question (or maybe your response is helping me to clarify my question!). I can track the distance for both snowshoeing and X-country skiing. I just want to know if there is a preferred way to record the miles on the Gov site. For example: I do 3 miles of X-country skiing. When I record that on the Gov site do I enter it under running because it is the most like that activity, or biking because I don't own a bike so it is unlikely that I will ever enter miles under that exercise on the Gov site?
Maybe it doesn't matter but I am one of those detail people that over thinks things and likes to do things the 'right' way. I was wondering if there was a general rule about this, and how other people handle it.
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