Month: February 2019

Winter Riding on the Trail of the Coeur d’Alenes

By Derrick Knowles & Justin Skay Tranquilly pedaling the Trail of the Coeur d’Alene’s through steadily falling snow in serene mountain scenery, snowpack silencing even the knobbiest tires, is a relaxing way to while away a winter day or two. There really is no off-season for riding North Idaho’s iconic 72-mile paved-path rail trail, as …

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Photo by Aaron Theisen.

Step Up Your Game: Inland Northwest Advanced Ski & Snowboard Lessons

It’s common to take a few beginner ski or snowboard lessons and assume there’s nothing left to learn that you can’t gain through experience. However, lessons can be beneficial for all ability levels to help you take your ski or snowboard skills to the next level or to move forward when you’ve hit a plateau. …

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Photo from outside the Bierstube looking towards the entrance.

Car-Free Carousing at Whitefish Mountain Resort

Leave the car behind when visiting the ‘Stube and Whitefish Mountain Resort. Financed by the Big Mountain Commercial Association, the free SNOWBus shuttles skiers and snowboarders between downtown Whitefish and the resort—including stops at many of the main resorts, hotels, and lodges—all winter long. The SNOWBus facilitates easy, car-free travel, a boon in western Montana’s …

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