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What We Do Matters to You
We are excited to share the results from our supporter survey! We’re grateful to know that you feel we help you protect your backyard and national winter wildlands. And we’re grateful you trust us to continue doing so. We don’t take it lightly.
The KWW Beanie is Back in Stock
Our classic beanie with the “Keep Winter Wild” logo by Flylow Gear… need we say more? This OG was so popular when it was a membership benefit, we brought it back for everyone to have. Get yours before they’re gone!
Policy Update – December 2021
In this month’s policy update, we share what our grassroots groups have accomplished this season and all the ways our Alliance network has kept winter wild.
SnowSchool Kicks Off
With snow already on the ground in many parts of the country, our SnowSchool season is off to a strong start! Read about our latest educator training at Bogus Basin, the National Flagship Site in Boise, Idaho.
Stream Backcountry Film Festival
We’ve got our current program and past programs available for streaming! While we want to see you in-person, we also know a virtual viewing may be most ideal. So binge a bunch of past Festivals and the latest program now while the snow falls and the stoke is alive.
We’ve Got the Doggone Goods!
Dogs are our best backcountry buddies and we finally have the gear you’ve been waiting for to outfit your best friend. From water bowls by YETI to Stunt Puppy collars and leashes: give your dog the chance to keep winter wild and don’t sacrifice function for style in any trail you find yourself.
Wild Winter Events
The Backcountry Film Festival is back in-person and virtual this season! Wondering where your local screening is happening? Keep up to date via our tour schedule here.
“We’ve been in hibernation the past few weeks. Our staff has been enjoying time off to explore their backyard backcountry areas, taking a break from their inboxes and promoting the @ski_kind mentality on their local trails.”
Read more at our Instagram profile.