Snow Conference attendees are encouraged to join one of the four offsite activities lead by members of the Snow Conference committee. Activities will take place on Wednesday, April 3rd. Details can be found below.
The annual golf tournament will be held at Adobe Creek National Golf Course. Nestled against the backdrop of the scenic Colorado National Monument, Adobe Creek National Golf Course offers 27 holes on three separate nine-hole courses - The Mesa, The Monument, and The Desert. This golf outing is known for being a ton of fun and a great way to spend the afternoon, all skill levels encouraged to participate.
Join us for an afternoon of dirt biking. We may ride Trail #2, West Rim Trail, and surrounding double- and single-track trails in the Rabbit Valley Area This will be an intermediate trail ride. Depending on interest and rider skill level, we will decide which trails to ride.
It is highly recommended to have all your safety gear, current Colorado and Utah OHV stickers, your bike maintained for desert conditions, any necessary tools, and water/snacks. We will be out for approximately two to three hours and the areas we will ride are remote and exposed, please plan accordingly and responsibly.
Join us for an afternoon of mountain biking! The plan will be to shuttle the ribbon to the lunch loops, or just ride the lunch loops.
- Water bottle,
- Tube-air if needed
- Rain coat depending on the weather
Join us for an afternoon of fly fishing. We will plan to fish in or near the Highline State Park or Connected Lakes. Depending on the interest of the group, we will decide which lake to go to.
It is highly recommended to have all your fly-fishing gear, current Colorado fishing license, and water/snacks. We will be out for approximately two to three hours and the areas we will ride are remote and exposed, please plan accordingly and responsibly.