Back in March we put out a Winter Recreation Survey asking you how you experience winter on public lands. The survey was produced to help Winter Wildlands Alliance and our land management partners better understand what kinds of human-powered winter recreation are happening on public lands and what the biggest threats might be to the ways we like to play. The deadline for submissions was May 31, 2018. 1376 of you responded. Kristie Van Voorst from Boulder, Colorado, was the lucky winner of an outrageous complete gear and outfit package from our friends at DPS, FlyLow and Native Eyewear! Stay tuned for the next one; it definitely pays to play!
Meanwhile here are some of the top results from that survey:
Here’s a list of some fun answers we couldn’t help but share:
How do you recreate in winter?
- Walking the cat (not dog!)
- Winter is normally the best time for non-winter sports, like climbing and biking, in Southern Utah.
- Pond Hockey
- SnowBall Fights
- Scuba Diving
What are your top threats to winter recreation?
- Damn chain rules going to the mountain
- The Orange Man
- Motivating our children
- Dog Poop
- Winter Wildlands Alliance