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Nestled in a quiet cove at the north end of scenic Flathead Lake, in Somers Montana. North Flathead Yacht Club was formed in 1975, and has grown into the premiere sailing venue in Montana. With many active fleets including 4 PHRF fleets and several One design fleets. NFYC has an active Junior sailing program in both Opti’s and Lasers. Currently we are limited to by size and facilities to 140 active family memberships, NFYC provides an excellent opportunity for sailors to experience competitive racing in one of the most scenic venues in the world.

630,000 visitors to Glacier National Park in July
For more than a decade, Rebecca Farm has created courses of the highest quality—and The Event is the biggest of its kind in the United States with more than 450 competitors, 350 volunteers, and over 20,000 spectators. In addition to the competition, a trade fair with arts and crafts is also offered throughout The Event with a wide range of food concessions. "The Event at Rebecca Farm is truly world class," says Jim Wolf, executive director of sports programs for the United States Equestrian Federation. "The facilities, the footing, and outstanding organization combine to create a premier world class event." The sport of Eventing is best described as an equestrian triathlon with historic military ties meant to replicate what a horse and rider would go through in the cavalry. The horse and rider compete as a partnership in all aspects of horsemanship to complete the three tests as a team, with their cumulative performance determining their final standing. Dressage is designed to test obedience and the harmony between horse and rider. Cross-country is designed to test endurance with horses running long distances at high rates of speed. It also tests courage, boldness, confidence, and stamina of both horse and rider. Show jumping examines precision, agility, and technique while jumping over high obstacles and turning when the rider commands it. It is also a test of condition and focus after completing the dressage and cross-country phases.  A $5 parking donation will be collected for the "Halt Cancer at X" campaign to support breast cancer research.
Ski Magazine, Resort Guide 2013: #11 Whitefish, Mont. The scenery at Whitefish Mountain Resort is different from what skiers in the more southerly states stop to ogle. Glacier National Park’s ice-crusted snow ghosts and gray-lit peaks form the backdrop. It’s an otherworldly beauty. True, weather is not a strength (No. 46), but those low-vis days keep the weather-shy home, yielding long-lasting powder stashes in the trees and a glorious lack of liftlines. This year, despite no billboard-worthy news, Whitefish leaps from No. 22 to No. 11. Why? Dollars stretch far: A $67 lift ticket buys you 3,000 acres, 98 trails, a 360-degree summit dropping with groomers, steeps, and trees, and lodging—both slopeside and in town—that won’t make your wallet cringe. Will you find a pop-up vodka bar at the base? Hardly. And that’s why you’ll return.