About Brittany Roper

Brittany Roper has a B.A. degree in History from Boise State University. She is passionate about women’s issues and sports. She is an avid snowboarder and outdoor enthusiast, who has worked to build a strong female snow community through events centered on women riding and competing together in order to develop healthy relationships. She believes women are NOT a problem but a solution.

What would we do without the valuable men in our lives?

Steffani Smith husband and daughter

There’s a saying, ‘it takes a village to raise a child’, meaning, it takes community, investment and diversity to really help create a well-rounded citizen. Now, we understand that every family’s circumstances are different and some may not have access to many people or resources when it comes to raising their children. Yet, we want […]

Friendship: The Importance of Having Strong Women as Allies.

an image of women river rafting, unified women, women friendships, women paddling, fitness

By now, it should be no secret that women are diverse creatures. There is no ONE prescribed manual as to what a woman should be or how a woman should act. Cultures and ideologies have tried to set perimeters as to what women should look and act like for centuries – even women themselves have tried […]

3 Things to Know about Getting Scuba Certified

Blue Lake Wendover Utah Nevada

Depending on your personality, the thought of scuba diving either excites or terrifies you. Or, if you are anything like this Snow Bunny, the financial investment of getting certified is cause for concern. No matter what feeling may cross your mind, becoming a diver (in its many capacities) is definitely something to consider. Scuba diving […]

You Are Brave, Mothers

Mother's Day Snow Bunny Brave

The Merriam-Webster dictionary defines ‘brave’ as “having or showing courage; feeling or showing no fear; excellent; splendid.” This Mother’s Day, we’re redefining the word ‘brave,’ as we look into the multiple facets of motherhood. Mothers are known for their sacrifice, nurturing, and their ability to multi-task, but it is their bravery that allows them to […]