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March High Mountain Happenings

Support Our Local Ski Areas This Spring

FREE Nordic Lessons from Payette Lakes Ski Club

If you like the idea of getting some cardio in the fresh mountain air but are a little intimidated to try nordic skiing, don’t miss the Bear Basin Nordic Festival this weekend!

Newbies can take a free 30 minute lesson, and experienced gliders can try out the latest in nordic gear!

Trail conditions have been stellar so this is a great opportunity to try something new.

PLSC Asks For Public Support After Tough Winter

The El Nino conditions hit Little Ski Hill HARD earlier this winter, forcing LSH to stay closed and lose all ticket and concessions revenue during most of December and January. The LSH Team worked hard to get their programs up and running so race teams and school children could stay active and healthy this winter, but the organization’s finances took a big hit. To learn more about what they’re facing and how you can help, follow this link.

Non-Stop Fun at Brundage and Tamarack

Brundage Mountain is going big this spring with tons of live music and non-stop events.

Diva Day returns this weekend in honor of International Women’s Day. The March and April calendars are packed with fun events. From the Beer and Gear Festival to the Brewlympic Games, Gaper Day and the Cardboard Classic, there will be no shortage of fun both on and off the slopes.

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At Tamarack, regular offerings like morning yoga, trivia nights, karaoke and live music are just the beginning of springtime fun. Demo days, the BoardRoom’s Grom Games, Retro Day and the Idaho State Pond Skimming Championships are scheduled to add a little extra excitement to the end of the Winter of 2023/2024.

There’s even a “Full Moon Snowshoe Walk and Wine” event on Sunday, March 24 that sounds absolutely delightful!

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Share Your Thoughts on Winter Carnival

The McCall Chamber of Commerce is looking for feedback on the recent changes to Winter Carnival. (Having El Nino dampen the Snow Sculpture Contest was NOT part of the plan, but it’s a reminder that Mother Nature ultimately calls the shots.)

How do you feel about the new three-day format? The Chamber has created a survey and is asking residents, visitors and business owners to weigh in with observations and suggestions. Have your voice heard and help shape the future of this legacy event. TAKE THE SURVEY BY MARCH 15


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