Busy times: Wolverines in Mongolia, collaboration in Montana, OSV planning in California, climate action in DC, anti-conservation plots in Utah, Alaska, Minnesota…

Whether you grabbed some sweet shots this winter but haven’t touched them yet, or you are in the editing room right now trying to finish your film from this season, or you’re still buried in snow and want to make the most of it: here are our tips on how to make a great, human-powered, backcountry film.

This month SnowSchool concluded the 2019 season with classroom science presentations during which students and educators discussed the results of our annual Snowpack Prediction Contest…

WWA’s policy director reports back on her recent ski expedition in Mongolia.

Get involved in forest planning on Custer Gallatin National Forest to shape the future of places of Hyalite Canyon, the Bridger Range, and the Beartooth Mountains.

There are a bunch of reasons I became a member of Winter Wildlands Alliance years ago.

Heavy snowfall made for a great winter, and the fun at SnowSchool continued into the spring.  Check out our video snipets and notes taken from successful outings in March and April… 

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Winter Wildlands Alliance is a national nonprofit organization promoting and
preserving winter wildlands and a quality human-powered snowsports
experience on public lands.