This isn’t really a secret, but it’s possible it could be.
Turns out Nike might be on to something with, Just Do It.
And, if I didn’t know better, I think I would think it was just a joke. But it seems to be a theme running through things – look into something impressive, and usually somebody did just go out and make it happen.
Catching an edge and becoming a lawn dart are not likely to ever become a thing of the past on skis. But, the pain of slamming face first into whatever rock, ice, hard pack or even powder might be underneath might be.
Seems like only a few days ago that cross country skiers were flocking to West Yellowstone for the annual season-opening ski festival over the week of Thanksgiving. But there is more snow piled up in West then could ever have fallen in a short string of days and it’s that time of season when those … Read more
Cracking into a can of PBR, or something equally cheap, in the parking lot after some outdoor adventure, I’ve often joked about the re-hydrating qualities of the unofficial sports drink. Apparently, there are some that have taken it even more seriously. – SF Athletes quaff no-alcohol beer as sport drink By DAVID SHARP/The Associated Press … Read more
Not so very long ago, Bridger Bowl’s Bradley’s Meadow was forbidden fruit.
If you watched the freestyle moguls competition during the Vancouver Olympics, or if you follow the World Cup circuit, you’ve probably seen Bridger Ski Foundation alum Heather McPhie. McPhie finished second overall on the World Cup last season, and was named Rookie of the Year on the same circuit in 2007. Coming off two top … Read more
The Montana State University ski teams hosted a series of races this past weekend at Bohart Ranch and Big Sky Resort. For the stories and results, click HERE for day 1, and HERE for day 2. Below are some of the photos that didn’t make it to print. MSU Invite, day 1, interval-start freestyle races … Read more
I think the name is starting to make sense. And surprisingly, it describes more than the obvious anatomical likeness. Rising between Peaked and Fred’s Mountain to 9,920 feet at Grand Targhee Resort – and the site of last year’s “Summit to Save Second Base” – is another Teton peak known as Mary’s Nipple. An earn-your-turns … Read more
Skiing in and around Bozeman, Montana is special. At least that is what Bridger Ski Foundation Elite Team skier Leif Zimmermann thinks. And after traveling the world with Nordic skis – on the World Cup, in West Yellowstone and as a member of the U.S. entourage to Torino, Italy – Zimmermann should have a pretty … Read more