The Stash Blog

Policy Update – November 2022

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In this month's policy update, we share about winter travel planning, the Sierra and Sequoia forest plan revision, and our participation in the pre-scoping collaborative focused on Inyo National Forest winter travel management.

The RIMS App: Winter Training

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The Recreation Impact Monitoring System (RIMS) mobile application is a smartphone-based data collection and analysis tool that provides winter recreation monitoring and data collection. Here's how to use it.

The Stash—November 2022

The latest from wild winters in our November 2022 Stash Blast.

Training for a Strong Winter: Two Exercises for Backcountry Skiers

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Sarah Histand of Ski Babes & Mind and Mountain shares how to train from your living room to get strong for the slopes!

Planning for Wild Winters (and Playing in the Snow)

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Winter Wildlands Alliance board and staff met in Nederland, Colorado to explore our vision for wild winters and how our mission gets us there together.

Ever Heard of Solar Winter?

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An exploration of the positive manifestations of winter by National SnowSchool Director, Kerry McClay.

Policy Update – October 2022

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In this month's policy update, we share the snow stoke across the West, our Backcountry Film Festival premiere, Camp Hale, and grassroots success in Alaska.

Camp Hale-Continental Divide National Monument Celebrates and Protects the History of Skiing

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This new National Monument honors the heroes of the 10th Mountain Division and America’s human-powered recreation culture.

The Stash—October 2022

The latest from wild winters in our October 2022 Stash Blast.