Several years ago I took a friend from college snowmobiling for the first time. This friend had a strong background in downhill skiing and a love of the outdoors and I had been trying for a long time to take him out snowmobiling. He took to the sport rather quickly, and by the end of the day already displayed a natural talent for riding sleds. This was likely a result of his skiing ability and familiarity with the winter backcountry. .... Continue Reading this Post
Summer is a tough time of year for many sledders. We share the passion to ride our sleds in some of the most adverse condition due to the hold snowmobiling has on us…you can call it an addiction.
When there is no more than a sciff of snow in some extrememly remote and un-accessible locations we are forced into finding other outlets to tide us over till the snow falls. To most of us, this is no new news right? (more…)
Donâ€™t Ever Expect Powder. If you donâ€™t, you will be much happier. Just when we thought the season was winding down, the storm cycle turned on again. Over the last week locations in Utah received 5-6ft.+ of new snow. While the powder doesn’t last quite as long this time of year, we managed to catch several days of deep powder and blue skies. .... Continue Reading this Post