Discussion in 'General' started by idsnowghost, Jan 15, 2015.
Cool man. Look me up, and let me know if you want to go tour.
Will do, thanks! I usually have Sun-Tues free during the week.
Just moved from the Seattle region. I’ll be in Bonner’s Ferry for the summer and hope to find a place in Sandpoint by Winter.
Welcome to the area!
If you're bored some evening and want to get to know the area.. take a drive up one of the drainages off the West Side Rd and let us know where the snow line is? (Myrtle, Trout or Smith Creeks all lead to great Spring skiing)
Just new to this forum - been going to Priest Lake and climbing on the Selkirk Crest for decades with my Dad. Just hit Schweitzer for the first time this winter. Hope to come back and do some touring up there next!
Hi Everyone - I'm considering a move to Moscow and glad to have found a group that can give insight into backcountry skiing close-by. Happy to hear anyone's thoughts, pros-cons on moving to Moscow as a skier and mtn biker. My background is Logan, UT and San Francisco (mainly skiing in South Lake Tahoe).Thanks!
Moscow Mountain is right there...good mountain biking. Check reports here, there is lots of skiing potential within striking distance of Moscow
Wallowas are within reach. Most of the Moscow backcountry skiers flock to Freezeout Pass near Clarkia. It seems to be the closest option besides catching a good snow year on Moscow Mtn.
Hey, new member here from Seattle. Just looking at browsing the terrain in Idaho!
Brand new to Spokane, checking out stuff for next season!
Hi PHBC. I’m thinking about a ski touring weekend out of sandpoint this winter, looking forward to checking out trip reports.
Hi everyone, Panda, Ghost.
Thanks for making/maintaining this site.
Hoping I can get out this season with experienced b/c riders and skiers...hope to go with (cool) people that know where to go and, you know—not die trying to do it by myself...
None of my riding partners have any interest in earning turns beyond a hike from the lift or the gas powered lift—so here I am.
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