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New Tower Inflatable Paddleboards (SUP)

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We are excited here at Glacier Outfitters to try out our new inflatable Tower paddleboards. They are a great ride for either lake or river. They will be for rent in 2015 by the hour or day.

Lake McDonal Tandem Kayak and inflatable paddleboard Rental - Glacier Outfitters (2 of 2)

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This is what Tower has to say:

Shipping, storing, and personally transporting traditional 10′-12′ stand up paddle boards can be challenging. Inflatable SUP boards, on the other hand, deflate and inflate on demand and can be rolled up into a small bag that you can put in an overhead compartment on a plane. Suddenly, stand up paddle boarding becomes mobile and your board becomes easily storable. These arent your typically inflatable water toys theyre military grade, highly pressurized, and distinctly shaped rubber stand up paddle boards that are unbelievably rigid and can ride waves bigger than most stand up paddle surfers would even think twice about. Store one on your boat. Bring one with you on your tropical vacation. Haul one up to your favorite hidden mountain lake. Inflatable SUP boards are extending the reach of stand up paddle boarding to every corner of the globe.

 


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Glacier Park Plows Within Two Miles of Logan Pass – Flathead Beacon

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Plow crews on Glacier National Park’s Going-to-the-Sun Road are within sight of Logan Pass.Park officials said the plows are making rapid progress clearing the 50-mile road that slices through the park. If everything goes according to plan, visitors will be able to access Logan Pass from the west side much earlier than last year, when the road opened on July 2.On April 24, the west side plow crew was working just below the Triple Arches, about two miles from the continental divide. The east side crew had reached Siyeh Bend, about three miles away from Logan Pass.However, park spokesperson Denise Germann said there are still some big obstacles in the way, including a series of snow slides on the western slope below Logan Pass and a massive, wind blown drift just east of the pass that in years past has been 70-feet deep.Germann said weather would determine how soon the west side of the road opens. Due to ongoing roadwork on the east side of the road, the earliest visitors will be able to access the St. Mary to Logan Pass section of road will be June 19.While the road past the Lake McDonald Lodge is still closed to vehicles, hikers and bikers are able to use it on weekends and evenings up to Packer’s Roost, about 12 miles past the lodge. For the latest on plowing and the road status, visit www.nps.gov/glac.

Source: Glacier Park Plows Within Two Miles of Logan Pass – Flathead Beacon


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