Human-powered snowsports are an important part of the $887 billion outdoor recreation economy and the fastest growing segment of the winter outdoor recreation industry, creating jobs, bringing income into rural economies and contributing to community development, quality of life and public land conservation.
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The Eldorado National Forest Draft Winter Travel Plan proposes to reverse historic protections and open traditionally non-motorized areas to snowmobile use. Let's not let this happen. Public comments are due August 6!
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Winter travel planning is staying hot through the summer, Utah Senator Mike Lee has a bucket o' bad ideas about what to do with public lands, and we're gathering data to key in on the local economic impact of human-powered snowsports.
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Winter in central Idaho was a bit slow to arrive this year. A strong La Nina pattern sent its polar jet stream with cold temperatures and precipitation in abundance to Montana and Idaho's Panhandle. Meanwhile, the mountains to the south waited in earnest...
At midnight on Friday, March 23rd, Taylor Schefstrom and Hallie Holland (aka the Wild Winter Women) took on the Grand Traverse to benefit Winter Wildlands Allianceskiing 40 miles through the night from Crested Butte to Aspen, Colorado.
Check out our good friend and Winter Wildlands Alliance ambassador Kim Havell with a brief message about the gear you need to keep yourself going back for more. With Know Before You Go. #avyaware
Know Before You Go Our good friend Kim Havell knows how to navigate the backcountry safely and with confidence, do you? A few pieces of critical gear are absolutely necessary to have a great time on snow, but the knowledge of how to use them is arguably more important.
This module will walk you through what pieces of gear are standard for safe backcountry navigation, and give you an in-depth analysis of how and when to use them. Have fun, come home safe, know before you go. 👉🏼 bit.ly/KBYG-Safety ... See MoreSee Less