*Sierra Trading Post works with many different types of outdoor clubs and organizations. One of the partnerships we enjoy working with is the University of Wyoming Nordic Ski Club. They have shared the following post about their club.*
The snow crunches as the skiers glide along the trail. Ski after ski crossing the same patch of snow slowly turning what is already hard pack into something resembling granite. The ski conditions are not ideal
Iíve been snowshoeing probably a dozen times in my life, but my trips have only been possible because of the generosity of my friends. Iíd borrow some snowshoes here and there and make the most of the opportunity. This winter finally seemed like a good time to break down and buy my own pair, and Iím glad I did.
All of the snowshoes Iíve used in the past have had the traditional round tail design, which works well. However, the difference between the round tail design and the v tail design
Guest Post from Sierra Trading post Videographer Chris Martin.
A couple of weeks ago I met up with YouTuber John Chlarson with IntenseAngler Outdoors to collaborate on a video that explains how to pick the best hiking boots. Having the opportunity to meet up with someone who has a YouTube channel dedicated to Fishing, backpacking, bushcraft, and camping had me anxious to get going.
After the store
*Guest post by Maijaliisa Burkert of Chicks Climbing.
I was at the Bozeman Ice Festival a few weeks ago to get my first few days of ice climbing in on the new season. I signed up to attend a different clinic each day, so every morning I met and climbed with a new group of folks. At the beginning of the day the guides ask everyone to tell the rest of the group a little about themselves, which generally includes answering the ďtell us where are you fromĒ request.
*Guest post by Jessica from Bring The Kids*
It was a bluebird powder day and my friends and I were picking our lines at the top of Snowbirds upper cirque. While we were talking, a mom and her two kids, who couldnít have been older than 5 and 7, skied up and took off in front of us. My jaw dropped. Those kids ripped Ė HARD! Right then, I decided that would be me. I would be the mom who takes her little kids out and tears up the mountain with them.