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Swan Rangers Practice Inversion Aversion!

The Swan Range seen from Blacktail Mtn in the Salish Range! (Keith Hammer photo)

Eight Swan Rangers practiced inversion aversion by skiing and snowshoeing the Blacktail Mountain Nordic Trails on an inverted Saturday, January 12, 2019!

The upper potrions of the nordic trails were right at the top of the cloud layer while Blacktail Mtn rose above it all!

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It was a thin cloud on the nordic trails . . .  (Keith Hammer photo)


. . . with sun and blue sky above . . .   (Norma Linsky photo)


. . . and an occasional glimps of the Swan and Flathead Ranges across the foggy/cloudy Flathead Valley! (Norma Linsky photo)


Fun can be had on either skis . . .  (Keith Hammer photo)



. . . or snowshoes, especially when the sun is out! (Norma Linsky photo)


Snow pinwheels form when a clump of snow rolls downhill during warm, damp conditions. (Keith Hammer photo)


Snow goblins form when you least expect it! (Keith Hammer photo)


A short drive further up the Blacktail Mountain Road offered this view of Swan Peak (Swan Range) towering over Crane Mountain (Mission Range)! (Keith Hammer photo)


Here Great Northern Mountain and Mt. Stanton (Flathead Range) tower over the Krause Basin portion of the Swan Range! (Keith Hammer photo)


The Swan Rangers meet every Saturday at the Echo Lake Cafe for breakfast at 8:30, leaving at 9:30 for a partial day outing in the northern Swan Mountains and foothills.

They carpool from the Swan River School parking lot next to the Cafe.

When hiking in bear country, remember to carry bear spray and avoid the 3-D's: dawn, dusk, and darkness.

Everyone is welcome!

This article published on January 12, 2019 • [Permalink]