Bearclaw Sales & Service

Bearclaw Sales & Service
Bearclaw Sales & Service is listed in the Miscellaneous Business Services category in Cooke City, Montana. Displayed below is the only current social network for Bearclaw Sales & Service which at this time includes a Facebook page. The activity and popularity of Bearclaw Sales & Service on this social network gives it a ZapScore of 68.

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Cooke City, MT 59020
(406) 838-2040

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Bearclaw Sales & Service has an overall ZapScore of 68. This means that Bearclaw Sales & Service has a higher ZapScore than 68% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Cooke City, Montana is 25 and in the Miscellaneous Business Services category is 27. Learn more about ZapScore.

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CLEAR SKIES Morning from the busy little town of Cooke city. The snowman is calling for clear skies for the next 3 days. Then look out, the snow moves back in for Wednesday through Tuesday. Keep up the snow dance. AVALANCHE CONDITIONS: In Cooke City and the southern Madison and Gallatin ranges avalanches breaking on a weak layer of facets 3-4’ deep are getting harder to trigger, but recent observations show they are possible. A large natural avalanche was observed on the Fin near Cooke City on Friday. Before the recent 2-3’ of snow, riders in the southern Madison Range had unstable stability test scores. Doug had similar findings at Bacon Rind on Thursday. In addition, wind has drifted snow into small wind slabs near ridgelines that are easy to trigger today. Avalanche danger is CONSIDERABLE today. Its still going to be a busy day today and Monday is a holiday for some people. Have a safe ride up on the mountain. Top of the World is great, lots of guys are headed up their.

ANOTHER LONG DAY Evening from Cooke city. The snowest group has arrived and they are all having a good time. We at the Super 8 and Bearclaw would like to say THANK YOU for your business. The snowman is calling for Sunny skies tomorrow and 30% chance of snow for Monday. The Top of the World is awesome. Still has lots of untouched powder. AVALANCHE CONDITIONS: The southern Madison and Gallatin Ranges and mountains near Cooke City got to 2-2.5 feet of snow equal to 2-2.5” of SWE since Wednesday. The snowpack in these areas is handling this load well, as Doug found in Bacon Rind on Thursday. However, more snow equals more avalanches, and this recent snow was no exception. Yesterday, a large natural avalanche was observed on the Fin near Cooke City, and skiers reported collapsing on lower elevation terrain. A layer of facets buried 2-4’ deep is stronger than it was a few weeks ago, but avalanches on this layer are easier to trigger with the weight of the recent snow. New snow, wind and natural avalanches mean avalanches are easy to trigger, and the avalanche danger today is CONSIDERABLE. Terri had a good turn out for the prime rib dinner. She says Thanks for coming.

EARLY FRIDAY MORNING Headed out to plow all over again. The snowman gave us over a foot of snow in town. Friday's forecast is another 5 inches today. Saturday has a 50% chance of more snow. Monday through Wednesday we should see partly cloudy skies. Lets keep up the snow dance. We picked up 10 inches of snow yesterday. The new avalanche report isn't out yet, but I would suggest to be very careful out on wind loaded slopes today. I"ll update when I get back in. Have a good day.

SNOW COMING Morning from Bearclaw/ Bakery and the Super 8 motel. The snowman is calling for a nice dump of snow coming Wednesday. The last snow we picked up was about 3 inches last Sunday. We could see up to a foot of snow by the time its all over. AVALANCHE CONDITIONS: From Big Sky to West Yellowstone and Cooke City the snowpack is gaining strength at different rates. Cooke City has the deepest snow and largest avalanches last week, some 4’ deep. Skiers were still getting collapses there on Saturday and it’s not out of the question to get another today. Think of collapses as avalanches on flat terrain; these are major red flags. For today, stay out of avalanche terrain if you get collapsing, cracking or poor test scores. Avalanches are still possible and the danger is rated MODERATE. If the storm arrives as predicted, around West Yellowstone the avalanche danger will rise with new snow and wind. The bakery is offering a Prime rib dinner for this coming Saturday. She has about 10 spots open if you guys want to come in and have a great dinner. Give her a call and make a reservation.

IMPORTANT, READ THIS This was brought to my attention, so I thought i'd pass this along to everyone that reads my posts. Please respond to this if you would like to keep all of the Beartooth open. You will see two links below to respond to. Thanks in advance. Rsc Rsc is offline Currently: Building Sleds Join Date: Nov 2007 Location: Cody Wy Basic Member Posts: 95 Thanks: 1 Thanked 13 Times in 6 Posts Rep Power: 1073756 Rsc has a reputation beyond reputeRsc has a reputation beyond reputeRsc has a reputation beyond reputeRsc has a reputation beyond reputeRsc has a reputation beyond reputeRsc has a reputation beyond reputeRsc has a reputation beyond reputeRsc has a reputation beyond reputeRsc has a reputation beyond reputeRsc has a reputation beyond reputeRsc has a reputation beyond repute Default COMMENT PERIOD OPEN FOR BEARTOOTH RIDING AREA For those of you who do not live in Wyoming or Montana, but come riding in the Cooke City area, this concerns you! Hello outdoor enthusiasts, I know you have seen information from me in the past several months on the WPLI process. It is time now for comments on the High Lakes WSA. The comment period ends FEBUARY 1st!This is almost everything we ride on the north side of the highway in the Beartooths. If we lose this area, it will cut our riding in half, and stick everyone in half the area. Think about that for a minute. I for one do not like riding a tracked up mountain, so I would like to have every single acre open that we can. If you are not familiar with this process, stop and see me at Roger’s Sport Center, and I will be glad to explain it to you. We need your support on this, if we are going to secure this riding area permanently. Let’s put this to bed once and for all! The link to the commissioners page is The link to the High Lakes Proposal is . Please go to the site, and comment on this important issue. During the comment period for the McCullough Peaks, we were vastly outnumbered, with only 25% of the comments coming from the motorized community! Please do not let this happen again. Take a few minutes and comment. Thanks for your support! Dustin Dustin Rosencranse President Cody Country Snowmobile Association Po Box 1745 Cody Wy 82414 307-587-6818 COOKE CITY MONTANA WYOMING
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