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.

4th Annual Mamma Jamma Rail Jam

Mamma Jamma 2017

Last Sunday, we wrapped up our 4th Annual Mamma Jamma Rail Jam at Bogus Basin. It is crazy to think that we are in our 4th year of putting this event on for our local women. We know that events such as these exist in the snow community but there is a uniqueness with the […]

CDI Memorial 2016: Bringing the heat

CDI Memorial mountain goat Josh Davis

Photos by Joshua Davis We don’t know about you, but it never gets old telling people that you’re going snowboarding well after the local resorts have closed. That look of pure bewilderment when they’ve assumed people have traded in their boards for summertime recreation toys is pure joy. We can assure you that the snow […]

Up and comer freeskier, Nikita Rubocki

Nikita Rubocki Momentum Camp

One rad thing about being in the line of work we are in, is we get to meet some incredible women. Women of all ages, who are really pursuing their dreams and stretching their talents. One of these such women is teen freeskier, Nikita Rubocki. We met her last year at our 2nd Annual Mamma […]

First Annual Legendary Don Baker Banked Slalom

Don Baker Banked Slalom_BogusBasin

Group Photo by: Corey McDonald Action Photos by Ken Baeyen Photography You could not have asked for better weather and conditions for Bogus Basin’s first annual Legendary Don Baker Banked Slalom. The sun was shining and snow softened up perfectly as the day progressed. Over 100 people showed up to give the course a try […]

3rd Annual Mamma Jamma Rail Jam

Snow Bunny Mag sponsor of Mamma Jamma Rail Jam

  Article Photos by Daria Applegarth. Slide Show Photos by Andrew Marosvari. Sunday, January 24th marked the 3rd Annual Mamma Jamma Rail Jam at Gateway Parks in Eagle, Idaho. Girls packed in to shake off fears and show off their tricks. The uniqueness of this event is evident in how competitors work together to encourage […]

The CDI Memorial is for women too

Photo: Ken Baeyen Photography

Photos by Ken Baeyen Photography Once again, Idaho’s annual QP competition, known to locals as CDI, went off without a hitch. There were a few factors that made this Snowbunny a little leery about conditions for CDI’s thirteenth year of operation. One major factor was snow conditions. Normally when you tell people that you are […]

The Second Annual Mamma Jamma Rail Jam

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 Photos by Daria Applegarth Last Sunday, March 8th kicked off our 2nd Annual Mamma Jamma Rail Jam on International Women’s Day. Sixteen girls, ranging in ages between 7 and 27, came to compete in our beginner and advanced ski and snowboard categories. The sun was beating down on the snow as the girls hiked up […]

Meet the new, yet familiar faces, of Bogus Basin’s terrain park

Corey McDonald and Preston Woods at Bogus Basin Tim Zimmerman photo

  It is no secret that Bogus Basin’s terrain park has been in need of a face lift over the past few decades, and although some progress and changes have been made over the most recent years, the time has come for the baton to be passed on to new expertise and vision. Since the […]

Chasing after Abbey Howard

Abbey Howard wildland firefighting in Colorado

We were excited when native Idahoan, Abbey Howard, agreed to do an interview with us but as we were preparing questions, we realized we had no idea where to start. If you don’t already know, this lady has a hard time sitting still in one place for any length of time. She has been all […]

A farewell to a local favorite, Newt & Harold’s

Boise Idaho snowboard and skateboard shop Newt & Harold's

Earlier this year, we wrote an article on Newts’ co-owner, Lori Wright, because we saw the commitment this shop had to its local community (and because we just adore Lori W). When the news surfaced that Newts would have to close their doors after almost 30 years of operation, it hit us and the local […]