Trail Head Events

The Trail Head hosts and promotes many events and promotions throughout the year.  Keep an eye out here for special sales/swap/deals and FUN!

Upcoming Events
  • Jan26

    MSLA Telemark Challenge Seed Race

    Thursday, January 26th, 2017, 7:00 PM @ Snowbowl

    Cost: TBD

    This fun series consists of six evening dual slalom tele races held at Missoula’s Montana Snowbowl.  Races take place each Thursday night at 7pm, registration from 6:00-6:45, starting with the “seed race” event on January26th.  The final race and award party will be held at 6pm on Saturday March 4th. Please read the Updated Rules and Regulations

    Each evening race consists of two dual slalom runs. Racers are paired based on their fastest, most recent single times. Team points are awarded each week based on the combined finish times in each pairing.  World Cup Points are also awarded each week for the 10 fastest individual men and women.  Final team and individual awards are given out at the final race party, along with awards for best individual and team costumes.

    The Telemark races are great for skiers of all ability levels and are perfect for improving skiing skills.

    Each Team is composed of 4 racers: at least one female, one beginner, one intermediate, and one advanced skier, each team may also register two substitute racers.  All lift tickets will be included in the entry fee.

    Skiers also have the option of registering as a “Hired Gun”.  Hired guns may race each week for individual points, and will hopefully also be used as substitutes for teams that are missing a racer and can’t field a full team.

    The series is limited to the first 20 teams to pre register and pay.

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  • Jan28

    Fly Fishing Film Tour

    Saturday, January 28th, 2017, 4PM & 8PM

    Cost: $18 Advance

    Fly Fishing Film Tour

    The original and preeminent exhibition of fly fishing cinema, The F3T is a one of a kind experience. Each year fishy folk of all ages gather at premieres to soak up films from around the world, spin a few yarns amongst friends and dream about casts still unmade.

    2017 marks The F3T’s 11th lap around North America and this year’s lineup of films is without question the best the Tour has ever presented. From Bolivia to the Seychelles, British Columbia and Patagonia, from Saskatchewan to Zambia and Virginia to Montana, the notable characters, unique storylines and unparalleled fishing in these films will lead you on an adventure around the globe!

    In addition to showcasing world-class fly fishing films, The F3T is dedicated to supporting the local fly shops and conservation groups that form the backbone of our sport’s educational and environmental efforts. Discount F3T tickets are available at more than 150 fly shops across the country. A portion of those ticket sales go directly to support fishing and habitat-related conservation groups. In 2015 we raised over $300,000 for our conservation partners and have used our voice to bring greater attention and support to groups like Trout Unlimited, Wild Steelhead Coalition, Bonefish Tarpon Trust, Utah Stream Access Coalition, Stop Pebble Mine and many more.

     

    Trailer

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  • Feb02

    MSLA Telemark Challenge Race #1

    Thursday, February 2nd, 2017, 7:00 PM @ Snowbowl

    Cost: TBD

    This fun series consists of six evening dual slalom tele races held at Missoula’s Montana Snowbowl.  Races take place each Thursday night at 7pm, registration from 6:00-6:45, starting with the “seed race” event on January26th.  The final race and award party will be held at 6pm on Saturday March 4th. Please read the Updated Rules and Regulations

    Each evening race consists of two dual slalom runs. Racers are paired based on their fastest, most recent single times. Team points are awarded each week based on the combined finish times in each pairing.  World Cup Points are also awarded each week for the 10 fastest individual men and women.  Final team and individual awards are given out at the final race party, along with awards for best individual and team costumes.

    The Telemark races are great for skiers of all ability levels and are perfect for improving skiing skills.

    Each Team is composed of 4 racers: at least one female, one beginner, one intermediate, and one advanced skier, each team may also register two substitute racers.  All lift tickets will be included in the entry fee.

    Skiers also have the option of registering as a “Hired Gun”.  Hired guns may race each week for individual points, and will hopefully also be used as substitutes for teams that are missing a racer and can’t field a full team.

    The series is limited to the first 20 teams to pre register and pay.

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  • Feb09

    22 Designs Free NTN Demo

    Thursday, February 9th, 2017, All Day @ Snowbowl

    22 Designs Free NTN Demo

    Come up and try out 22 Designs NTN bindings, they will be at Snowbowl all day for the tele races.

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  • Feb09

    MSLA Telemark Challenge Race #2

    Thursday, February 9th, 2017, 7:00 PM @ Snowbowl

    This fun series consists of six evening dual slalom tele races held at Missoula’s Montana Snowbowl.  Races take place each Thursday night at 7pm, registration from 6:00-6:45, starting with the “seed race” event on January26th.  The final race and award party will be held at 6pm on Saturday March 4th. Please read the Updated Rules and Regulations

    Each evening race consists of two dual slalom runs. Racers are paired based on their fastest, most recent single times. Team points are awarded each week based on the combined finish times in each pairing.  World Cup Points are also awarded each week for the 10 fastest individual men and women.  Final team and individual awards are given out at the final race party, along with awards for best individual and team costumes.

    The Telemark races are great for skiers of all ability levels and are perfect for improving skiing skills.

    Each Team is composed of 4 racers: at least one female, one beginner, one intermediate, and one advanced skier, each team may also register two substitute racers.  All lift tickets will be included in the entry fee.

    Skiers also have the option of registering as a “Hired Gun”.  Hired guns may race each week for individual points, and will hopefully also be used as substitutes for teams that are missing a racer and can’t field a full team.

    The series is limited to the first 20 teams to pre register and pay.

    Link to this Event »

  • Feb16

    MSLA Telemark Challenge Race #3

    Thursday, February 16th, 2017, 7:00 PM @ Snowbowl

    Cost: TBD

    This fun series consists of six evening dual slalom tele races held at Missoula’s Montana Snowbowl.  Races take place each Thursday night at 7pm, registration from 6:00-6:45, starting with the “seed race” event on January26th.  The final race and award party will be held at 6pm on Saturday March 4th. Please read the Updated Rules and Regulations

    Each evening race consists of two dual slalom runs. Racers are paired based on their fastest, most recent single times. Team points are awarded each week based on the combined finish times in each pairing.  World Cup Points are also awarded each week for the 10 fastest individual men and women.  Final team and individual awards are given out at the final race party, along with awards for best individual and team costumes.

    The Telemark races are great for skiers of all ability levels and are perfect for improving skiing skills.

    Each Team is composed of 4 racers: at least one female, one beginner, one intermediate, and one advanced skier, each team may also register two substitute racers.  All lift tickets will be included in the entry fee.

    Skiers also have the option of registering as a “Hired Gun”.  Hired guns may race each week for individual points, and will hopefully also be used as substitutes for teams that are missing a racer and can’t field a full team.

    The series is limited to the first 20 teams to pre register and pay.

    Link to this Event »

  • Feb23

    MSLA Telemark Challenge Race #4

    Thursday, February 23rd, 2017, 7:00 PM @ Snowbowl

    Cost: TBD

    This fun series consists of six evening dual slalom tele races held at Missoula’s Montana Snowbowl.  Races take place each Thursday night at 7pm, registration from 6:00-6:45, starting with the “seed race” event on January26th.  The final race and award party will be held at 6pm on Saturday March 4th. Please read the Updated Rules and Regulations

    Each evening race consists of two dual slalom runs. Racers are paired based on their fastest, most recent single times. Team points are awarded each week based on the combined finish times in each pairing.  World Cup Points are also awarded each week for the 10 fastest individual men and women.  Final team and individual awards are given out at the final race party, along with awards for best individual and team costumes.

    The Telemark races are great for skiers of all ability levels and are perfect for improving skiing skills.

    Each Team is composed of 4 racers: at least one female, one beginner, one intermediate, and one advanced skier, each team may also register two substitute racers.  All lift tickets will be included in the entry fee.

    Skiers also have the option of registering as a “Hired Gun”.  Hired guns may race each week for individual points, and will hopefully also be used as substitutes for teams that are missing a racer and can’t field a full team.

    The series is limited to the first 20 teams to pre register and pay.

    Link to this Event »

  • Mar02

    MSLA Telemark Challenge Race #5

    Thursday, March 2nd, 2017, 7:00 PM @ Snowbowl

    This fun series consists of six evening dual slalom tele races held at Missoula’s Montana Snowbowl.  Races take place each Thursday night at 7pm, registration from 6:00-6:45, starting with the “seed race” event on January26th.  The final race and award party will be held at 6pm on Saturday March 4th. Please read the Updated Rules and Regulations

    Each evening race consists of two dual slalom runs. Racers are paired based on their fastest, most recent single times. Team points are awarded each week based on the combined finish times in each pairing.  World Cup Points are also awarded each week for the 10 fastest individual men and women.  Final team and individual awards are given out at the final race party, along with awards for best individual and team costumes.

    The Telemark races are great for skiers of all ability levels and are perfect for improving skiing skills.

    Each Team is composed of 4 racers: at least one female, one beginner, one intermediate, and one advanced skier, each team may also register two substitute racers.  All lift tickets will be included in the entry fee.

    Skiers also have the option of registering as a “Hired Gun”.  Hired guns may race each week for individual points, and will hopefully also be used as substitutes for teams that are missing a racer and can’t field a full team.

    The series is limited to the first 20 teams to pre register and pay.

    Link to this Event »

  • Mar04

    MSLA Telemark Challenge Final Race & Party

    Saturday, March 4th, 2017, 6:00 PM @ Snowbowl

    This fun series consists of six evening dual slalom tele races held at Missoula’s Montana Snowbowl.  Races take place each Thursday night at 7pm, registration from 6:00-6:45, starting with the “seed race” event on January26th.  The final race and award party will be held at 6pm on Saturday March 4th. Please read the Updated Rules and Regulations

    Each evening race consists of two dual slalom runs. Racers are paired based on their fastest, most recent single times. Team points are awarded each week based on the combined finish times in each pairing.  World Cup Points are also awarded each week for the 10 fastest individual men and women.  Final team and individual awards are given out at the final race party, along with awards for best individual and team costumes.

    The Telemark races are great for skiers of all ability levels and are perfect for improving skiing skills.

    Each Team is composed of 4 racers: at least one female, one beginner, one intermediate, and one advanced skier, each team may also register two substitute racers.  All lift tickets will be included in the entry fee.

    Skiers also have the option of registering as a “Hired Gun”.  Hired guns may race each week for individual points, and will hopefully also be used as substitutes for teams that are missing a racer and can’t field a full team.

    The series is limited to the first 20 teams to pre register and pay.

    Link to this Event »

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