What a Week

Photo by Thom Bridge, Independent Record (via Billings Gazette)   WHEW. THE LAST COUPLE OF WEEKS HAVE BEEN a whirlwind of activity on the national policy front and we decided it would be helpful to take a moment and fill you in on how Winter Wildlands Alliance is working to fulfill our mission and share […] Read more.


Boise Membership Special November 14th-18th

Boise Backcountry Tribe! Join or renew your membership this week, November 14th-18th, and receive Our Membership Thank-You: TWO FREE TICKETS to our Boise SnowBall Benefit Concert, featuring RapidGrass, a super rad, high-energy, fusion string-band! The SnowBall Concert is THIS Friday, November 18th 6:00p-10:00p Linen Building, downtown Boise This will be a night full of uniting our […] Read more.


Boise State University Students Give Back to SnowSchool

Like opting to blaze a new trail through un-tracked powder, trying new things at SnowSchool can often lead to unexpectedly positive results. So when Boise State University reached out to Winter Wildlands Alliance in 2015 about engaging first generation college students in SnowSchool, we went into the experience with an open mind. Having never before […] Read more.


Winter Travel Planning: Working to Get it Right

Lassen National Forest releases draft winter travel plan. As a test case for future winter travel management on forests across the country, it still needs work. By Hilary Eisen, Recreation & Policy Manager The 2015 Over-Snow Vehicle (OSV) Rule, which requires that every forest that receives enough snow for winter recreation develop a travel management plan for […] Read more.


Help Us Protect Recreation in the Southern Sierra

Between now and August 25th, we have a historic opportunity to help protect the iconic landscapes of California’s Southern Sierra Nevada and the broad range of recreation experiences they offer, and to weigh in on how these public lands will be managed for decades to come. Together, the Inyo, Sierra, and Sequoia National Forests cover nearly […] Read more.