Topic: Snow Conditions
Northern Montana and Pac Northwest Enjoy Above Average Snowpack While Much of the West Braces for Record Droughy
It’s no secret that Mother Nature is a fickle mistress. Analogies for indecisiveness are born from her seasonal whims and even those that know her best can only guess at her long-term plans. The Rocky Mountain West considers her more than an acquaintance, but in 2012 the region is still very much at the mercy of her idiosyncratic urges.
Our local paper, the Flathead Beacon recently published a story from the Christian Science Monitor by Mark Guarino which tells us that the northern tier of the United States has been decidedly devoid of the white stuff so far this year.
We extend to all of you our most sincere wishes for a happy holiday. We hope that you too are gathering with those you love and sharing the special connection of the Christmas season.
Snowshoe Magazine has put together a list of top 10 tips for snowshoe racing. Worth a read if you are getting ready to take on the challenge.
Ski Magazine ranked Whitefish Mountain Resort, right here in our back yard, as one of the 10 Best Groomed Resorts.
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The “Fresh” is Back! While grooming and getting the Glacier Outdoor Center open this morning it began to snow, and snow a bit more, and snow even harder… It seems …
Today was a phenomenal winter day in West Glacier. We had cool temps and clear skies, not to mention great trail conditions. Our trails were closed briefly last weekend so …
17 Degrees F, right now in West Glacier, and yet another beautiful day on the Glacier Outdoor Center Ski Trails! According to professional groomer Marc Evans, today could be …