It’s the time of year when many snowmobilers put away the sleds and turn their thoughts to summer hobbies, despite some of the deepest snow depths of the year at high elevation and the many spring storms that still offer deep powder. The only reason I can fathom is that these kind souls want to leave the snow untouched for those of us that are still riding. With fresh snow and blue skies in the forecast, this past weekend the Boondockers crew headed out to one of our favorite riding areas in Nevada (yes, the dry state with all of the desert). .... Continue Reading this Post
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What do you do when Mother Nature doesn’t cooperate? Load up the sleds and hit the road! That’s exactly what the Boondockers crew did during the winter of 2011-2012, logging thousands of miles chasing storms and exploring new locations. This winter the riders pushed further into the backcountry in search of deep snow and technical terrain. What resulted are the most incredible shots we’ve ever captured on film..... Continue Reading this Post
With the exceptionally late start to winter this year many of my fellow snowmobilers prematurely gave up on the season and moved on to other hobbies in January or February. This has been reflected in nearly empty parking lots, low traffic on the snowmobile forums, and an inordinant amount of pristine untracked bowls, canyons, and river bottoms (I’m not complaining). Not the Boondockers crew! The last two months we’ve been chasing every storm and riding every day like it might be our last. The last three weeks of riding have been especially memorable. .... Continue Reading this Post
After a painfully slow start to the season we finally scored back-to-back weekends of fresh snow and good weather. Last weekend Kris “Smasher” Kaltenbacher, Anthony Oberti, and Charles Bluth made the long haul from the Nevada desert to find snow in Southern Colorado and Utah. We were not dissapointed! After 2 days of riding in Colorado with Matt Entz, a day of technical boondocking in Utah, and hundreds of miles of all night driving all hands were thoroughly exhausted. .... Continue Reading this Post