From Communities Digital News: YurtSki: A No-Tech Journey into Montana’s Winter Backcountry

Snowshoeing approach to YurtSki

Snowshoeing approach to YurtSki

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MISSOULA, MT,  Jan. 29, 2016 –  “If you want, you can wear this,” said Carl Sievers, owner of YurtSki, handing me a slick black helmet with a pair of goggles attached.

My reflection in the goggles seemed stretched, almost putty-like as though I was a monster in a kid’s show; the kind of creature who despite warts and a hideous exterior was the kind of monster that kids felt sorry for. Carl’s voice was calm. He had non-judgmental eyes and the kind of mountain man beard that inspired a generation of hipsters but unlike a trendy millennial whose fashion would change with the wind, Carl’s beard likely wasn’t going anywhere and if I didn’t make a choice regarding the helmet, neither would we.

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Written by matt · · Adventure, Travel
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