Pete has lived in the Flathead Valley for over 17 years. After living in Colorado and Utah, his passion for the outdoors finally drew him to Montana. It didn’t take him long to realize this was a special place, and he settled down to make this area his home. Years of experience in the service industry has given Pete the ability to work well with clients and connect with people quickly. An avid skier, mountain biker, and fly fisherman, Pete’s enthusiasm for outdoor recreating has taken him all over the valley and has given him a unique and expert knowledge of the area. Whatever your passion is, Pete would love to show you what makes this area special and help you find your piece of it. To contact Pete call: 406.270.5908.
Whitefish’s Maggie Voisin qualifies for the US Olympic team
Photo by Greg Lindstrom, story by Andy Viano, Flathead Beacon.
Four years after a heartbreaking injury prematurely ended her Olympic debut in Sochi, Russia, Whitefish native Maggie Voisin is back on the U.S. freeskiing slopestyle team.
Voisin, 19, finished second at Saturday’s Toyota Grand Prix outside Aspen, Colorado and was the top American finisher, earning her spot on the Olympic squad by virtue of a second podium finish in the first three qualifying events. Voisin won the first freeskiing slopestyle Olympic qualifier of the season in Mammoth Lakes, California last February.
Shortly after completing her run Saturday morning, Voisin made an emotional phone call to her mother, Kristin.
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Whitefish Trail Users Spend $6.1 Million Locally Every Year
A yearlong study to quantify outdoor recreation reveals that playing outside is a major boon to the local economy, with Whitefish Trail users contributing $6.1 million annually.
Relying on intercept surveys, infrared counters, manual verification, Strava accounts, and statewide tourism data, Whitefish Legacy Partners and the Whitefish Convention and Visitors Bureau partnered with Headwaters Economics to better understand the economic ripple effects of outdoor recreation.
Thank you to all who attended our Gone Fishin’ event!
PHOTOS BY COURTNEY HOFVERBERG
RE/MAX Rocky Mountain Real Estate would like to thank all of the people who helped plan our event, and all those who attended! We had a large crowd, and everyone enjoyed the food, drink, and conversation.
Special thanks to our co-hosts, Sterling Title Services, Frazier Appraisal, and Whitefish Appraisal.
Thank you to the Whitefish Chamber for organizing these monthly networking events.
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You can always call for information 877-SKI-FISH or visit their website: www.skiwhitefish.com