The Beartooth Recreational Trails Association seeks solutions for its grooming program on the West Fork Road (Custer-Gallatin NF).
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Act now to tell your Senators and Representative not to sacrifice the Arctic Refuge and to preserve incentives for all Americans to continue to contribute to non-profit organizations.
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December 10 is the deadline to provide comments on the Shoshone National Forest's latest winter travel plan. When finalized, this plan will have major repercussions for skiing and snowboarding on the Shoshone.
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The National Park Service recently announced that it is considering increasing entrance fees to $70 at 17 of its most popular parks - Acadia, Arches, Bryce Canyon, Canyonlands, Denali, Glacier, Grand Canyon, Grand Teton, Joshua Tree, Mount Rainier,…
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The Lassen, which straddles California’s northern Sierra and southern Cascades and surrounds Lassen Volcanic National Park, is the first forest in the country to write a comprehensive winter travel plan under the 2015 Over-Snow Vehicle (OSV) Rule, so what happens here is very likely to impact winter travel planning across the country.
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The SnowSchool season is in full swing! For over a decade we have joined together as a community of outdoor enthusiasts to create for students an experience of immersion in the wilds of winter and in the very forces that shape life on our planet. …
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By Kerry McClay
While its still technically the “pre-season”, many SnowSchool sites are working hard to train leaders for the coming winter. This is especially true at sites that rely heavily on volunteer educators, such as Discover…
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By Kerry McClay
Winter is nearly upon us and that means SnowSchool sites across the country are gearing up to engage thousands of kids in an exploration of snow covered public lands! And while we often talk about SnowSchool in these big-picture…
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Winter Wildlands Alliance, with support from SnowSchool at Bogus Basin and Boise REI, will be hosting the 5th annual stewardship project at Mores Mountain. In partnership with US Forest Service’s Mountain Home Ranger District…
Winter Wildlands Alliance, the Greater Yellowstone Coalition, the Wyoming Wilderness Association, Togwotee Pass Backcountry Alliance, NOLS, and the Beartooth Recreational Trails Association are hosting mapping workshops for skiers and snowshoers…
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The band members of The Swiveltones are getting together and rocking the house at the Visual Arts Collective. Proceeds to benefit Winter Wildlands Alliance SnowSchool Program. Dancing, raffle, drinks. Come down for a good cause and good time!
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Like opting to blaze a new trail through un-tracked powder, trying new things at SnowSchool can often lead to unexpectedly positive results. So when Boise State University reached out to Winter Wildlands Alliance in 2015 about engaging first…
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Part of SnowSchool Support Week, Winter Wildlands Alliance and Bogus Basin SnowSchool present "Snow-ga" snowshoe yoga. A fundraiser benefitting Winter Wildlands Alliance and Bogus Basin SnowSchool.
Saturday, February 3rd Time: 10-11:30 Cost: $25 (tax deductible) Location: Bogus Basin Frontier Point Nordic Lodge Meet the Instructors: Brittany Jones: Winter Wildlands Alliance, YOGA in the HOOD Edna Vizgirdas:one of the creators of Bogus Basin SnowSchool, biologist, outdoor educator, YOGA in the HOOD
Northeast tribe: Come raise a glass on the 27th for OTTO, the original White Mountain Pow-Slayer!⠀ .⠀ #📷 @granite_bc: Many of you may wonder - who is M.W. OTTO RHODE? Why, it's a story you should know! You see, OTTO, as he was affectionately called, claimed the first ski descent off the cone of High George (Mt. Washington) on January 27, 1859 which, unbeknownst to him, later set the path for the construction of the Mt. Washington Carriage Road in 1861. A legend was born! ⠀ Like any backcountry skier worth his or her salt, OTTO liked to keep his stashes on the down-low, for fear of exploitation (and live-streaming). It wasn't until a night of being over-served at a local watering hole, however, did OTTO disclose his secret - that he "sure as heck slayed Big George!" Well, townsfolk took that the wrong way and poor OTTO got kicked right out of town, never to be seen or heard from again! ⠀ @mtwashautoroad | @greatglentrails | @amoskeagbev | @patagonia | @revo | @ski_the_whites | @mwobs ... See MoreSee Less
Skiers, winter fat bikers, mountaineers: weigh in now! The National Park Service is holding a public planning meeting in East Millinocket on Wednesday, January 24, to get input on preferences for winter recreation use in the Katahdin Woods and Waters National Monument. Those who cannot attend can send public comments in writing. ... See MoreSee Less
The Annual Ski Stoke is a celebration of skiing in all of its forms including a festival of short ski videos provided by the Winter Wildlands Alliance, a raffle including custom made Chi Skis and original art from local artists.
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