Winter Wildlands Alliance produces the Trail Break newsletter 3x year to provide up-to-date news on policy, events, action alerts, and more. The electronic version is a benefit to members and non-members alike.
Winter Wildlands Alliance, the Greater Yellowstone Coalition, the Wyoming Wilderness Association, Togwotee Pass Backcountry Alliance, NOLS, and the Beartooth Recreational Trails Association are hosting mapping workshops for skiers and snowshoers in communities surrounding the Shoshone National Forest (in northwest Wyoming) during the weeks of January 19 and February 1. We will discuss how to use online mapping tools to gather and share information about backcountry skiing areas and provide information on how skiers can get involved in the ongoing Shoshone National Forest winter travel management planning process. Skiers and snowshoers of all experience levels are welcome to attend. Refreshments will be provided.
Mapping workshops will take place as follows. Click the link to RSVP:
SUBMIT YOUR FILMS!
Do you have a film that embodies the joy of being in the Backcountry? Does it take place in Winter? Are you using human power in your adventure?
Send us your films. What are we looking for in a film? We like winter faceshots and epic skiing but we also want to be inspired and share a good story. Tell us who you are and why you are out in the backcountry. We also like stories of conservation and environmental issues that impact winter recreation.
Your film should be no longer than 25 minutes
Submitting is FREE and the deadline is Sept 15th
Winter Wildlands Alliance is a national nonprofit organization promoting and
preserving winter wildlands and a quality human-powered snowsports
experience on public lands.