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A cross-country skier enjoys the sunshine on the Chief Joseph trails. (USFS Photo)
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March is a Great Time to Explore Montana Ski Trails

With the recent and future snow storms dropping the late season snow in the high country, followed by sunny days preceding spring, it's one of the best times to check out those cross-country, snowshoe and snowmobile trails you've been promising yourself to explore

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Update – Missing Snowmobilers Found Safe [AUDIO]

Update 12:00 p.m. Monday..

Deputy Bob Parcell says the two missing snowmobilers from Helena were found safely just before noon on Monday not far from Seeley Lake by a helicopter from Kalispell. Parcell says the two men built a fire and stayed put with their snowmobiles overnight, then tried to hike out in the morning. The helicopter picked up the two men who were tired and cold, but uninjured.

Deputy Bob Parcell

Missoula County Search and Rescue was called out at about 10:30 Sunday night to look for two missing snowmobilers in the Seeley Lake area.

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Photo courtesy of Joe Raedle/Getty Images
Photo courtesy of Joe Raedle/Getty Images
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Snowmobilers Face Loss Of Great Burn Area [AUDIO]

The Forest Service has issued a final Record of Decision to designate 198,000
acres of the Great Burn area in the Clearwater National Forest in Idaho as
wilderness prohibiting motorized access.  This area is predominately used by
Montana snowmobilers. The area currently has a PRIMTIVE designation allowing
snowmobiles and bicycles. Wilderness designation stops all snowmobile and
bicycle use. MSSA is opposed to this action and has, among other avenues,
enlisted the support of Congressman Rehberg and Labrador (Id). Closing public
land to multiple use has reached a critical mass and needs to curtailed. Closing
the area to snowmobiles defies all common sense as there is no trace of activity
after the snow melts and there is no evidence of any negative environmental
impact. Snowmobiling has approx. a $130,000,000.00 DIRECT annual economic impact
in the State of Montana.

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