Our next entry in the “History Happy Hour” series – Marsha Daughenbaugh will be presenting on the “Cattle and Sheep Range Wars of Routt County”. Don’t miss it!
We’ve ensured we have room for everyone interested this time around so don’t be afraid to join us if you couldn’t get in for the last event. Cheers!
This Wednesday, November 2nd
The Bald Bomber invites you to an evening presentation in which you will hear mountain tales taller than your average bear, straight from the Selkirk Mountains of British Columbia.
Listen to wild stories of this areas rich skiing history dating back to the 1880s, when the original pioneers packed skis along with their mining picks, shovels, and whiskey, as they sought their fortunes in these hills!
He may even reveal how you can stake your own claim to the secret backcountry powder stashes that surround Mt. Carlyle Backcountry Lodge, a no-nonsense, straight-shootin’ powder paradise. Perched at 7,200 feet, our home is one of the highest lodges in British Columbia, perfectly placed to pit you and your crew against the powdery elements our region is famous for.
So, come on out and enjoy and evening of ski history, and maybe even stake your claim to the powder motherload!
Join us Tuesday, October 18th at the Tap House for your next chance to enter to win! Sweepstakes winner announced at Butcherknife Halloween Party on October 29th, around 8pm.
Details and Rules here