Cold-weather trips for snow sports junkies—just because it’s freezing outside doesn’t mean you have to put your adventure on hold.
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Fat Biking in Alta, Wyoming
No need to put that mountain bike away come winter. With companies like Surly and Salsa Cycles building burly new fat bikes, fat biking—mountain biking with huge snow-ready tires—is the growing two-wheeled winter sport of choice. Wyoming’s Grand Targhee Resort fully embraces fat bikes on its Nordic trail system, the nation’s first ski resort to do so. Float one or two laps around the 10-mile loop, then head back to the village for an ostrich steak or local elk strip loin dinner. ($10 Nordic ticket; grandtarghee.com)
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