You wanted photos?Here they are. The tracks were 16-20 inches deep last Friday and had been recently filled with fresh snow.
The last two photos are tracks of a bear(?) whose stride was 1/3 of the distance between the deep tracks. He/she was occasionally stepping in the deep tracks. These prints are on the hard, crusted snow between the deep tracks. Investigations into moose and bear tracks in deep powdery snow suggested the deep tracks were neither. That leaves snowshoes, which generally go one-third to the bottom of the powdery snowpack. The strides were 4-6 feet.