Any of the places in town are decent and you can ride from the motel December-March. The West side and the riding area called Dinah/Elsina are very popular along with the North Fork bowls. Good off trail riding with some of the better snow around but on a blue bird day you're gonna see other people. I tend to ride the East side partly because I live on that side of the valley but also to avoid the crowds. I take guys out and show them around so if you're coming this way and interested in some guiding shoot me an email.Where are the best places to stay and ride in the Seeley Lake area for off trail riding?
Anyone check the Jocko SnoTel today?
It hit 70" on Tuesday afternoon.
That's a 30" storm!!!!
I'll be out all weekend too, I might have to hit up the steak fry! I have a 2014 pro with last years blue panels on it, if you see it say hi!I'm going to hit the MSLA Snowgoers steak fry this weekend. HAFTA find a safe place to get some over the hood.
BUT, I predict there will be broken A-arms this weekend. LOL. IT's just too early not to.
You must not have seen that one tree on the banks of Elsina either.. :face-icon-small-win LOL Thanks for helping dig me out when I tried to come help out and caused more work for the both of us!! Hope you get your Doo operational soon.Snow is DEEP. Rode 10hrs+ yesterday, unfortunately my sled was down and the only one I could find to borrow was an 02 600 shorty. Had a blast anyway. Around the warming hut had crap and I bounced off some stuff. But once you get up into Elsina/Dinah there was a solid 5-6ft. Did trench down to anything and never even saw an uncovered stump or rock.