Green Canyon winter

Green starts smooth then turns rowdy at the top

For the New Year I wanted to ride Green Canyon. It’s usually a perfect winter trail. Today the bottom of the trail was awesome. The upper part turned into a 30 minute kick to the groin as the hikers had worn so many giant holes that it was barely ridable. Still it was gorgeous so I had to persevere. The ride – Green Canyon The

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Providence Canyon trail covered in snow

By the good graces of the groomers Providence is perfect

Having neglected the great outdoors right outside my door for the past month I could no longer continue in my wayward course and ignore the Beargrease. We spent and afternoon playing in perfectly groomed snow thanks to the volunteer groomers who leave waffles for us all to enjoy. The timing was perfect as a new storm dumped another foot of sugary, white powder on us

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Providence Canyon road covered in snow with truck and snowmobile tracks.

Sticking to the Road

OK, so staying on the road is probably more accurate. I can say as I really stuck to anything. We received 5″ inches of snow in the valley and probably around 11″ in the mountains last night. The trail was impassible and needed to be left alone for the groomers to work their magic so I followed jeep tracks and snowmobile trails up the road

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Fat bike trail through the snow in Providence Canyon

Rollin Fat and Cold

I have to leave the house every now and then or my brain will explode. The past couple of days of storms blanketed Providence Canyon in white. A few riders had made it up the first section. I was alone in the climb to the top and ended up on the road to finish. The descent was in fairly deep unpacked snow. There’s something about

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