About Misty Broesicke

Our Chief Executive Bunny, Misty Broesicke grew up in Orange County, California and made her way to Idaho at 27 years old.  At twenty-nine she learned to snowboard and it quickly developed into a love and passion.  
With a background in rock climbing Misty has combined her passion for both sports as she develops her skills in backcountry snowboarding and mountaineering.   

She has three children,  two “fur” babies and resides with them, and her boyfriend in Boise, Idaho. She is passionate about raising her family to love and take care of the amazing planet we live on while at the same time enjoying the beauty of it by getting outside as often as possible.  

Misty started Snow Bunny Magazine as way to further her own love of outdoor lifestyle sports, while at the same time building up other women and youth through them. 

She is surrounded by an amazing team of women, and that she believes is her greatest strength.

Margot Rozies

an image of Roxy snowboarder Margot Rozies,snowboarding

Guest Editor Constance Beverly Snow Photos by Matt Georges How do you say badass in French? Margot Rozies, perhaps?  We missed that day in 8th grade French. The ever-awesome Ms. Rozies, a Roxy girl for over 10 years, is a vision on a board (surf or snow) and an inspiration to shred ladies everywhere.  When she […]

Dalene Scheloske

an image of mountain biking, biking, trail riding

  Snow Bunny Mag Contributor Dalene Scheloske Bunny Since: November 2014 Birthday:  May 31, 1985 (Gemini!) City and state you are from:  Livermore, CA.  Never heard of it?  Strange. City and state you live in currently:  Boise, ID Home Mountain:  Bogus Basin Sports that you are passion about:  Snowboarding, trail running, hiking, and general exploring of the […]

Rachael Burks: Behind the Scenes of Pretty Faces

an image of Rachel Burks on location with GoPro in the Northern Chugach, snowbunnymag, snow bunny

In the fall of 2014, female skiers and snowboarders throughout the country and world flocked to theaters to be part of history, as the first ever all-female crowd-funded ski movie was unveiled to sold out shows.  We caught up with one of the stars and funny ladies of “Pretty Faces, A Skier Girls Story”.  Rachael […]

Alexandria White

an image of snowbunnymag Ambassador Alexandria White wakesuring at Lucky Peak in Boise, Idaho, snow bunny

Snow Bunny Mag Contributor:  Alexandria White Bunny Since: March 2013 Birthday:  March 23 City and state you are from: Bakersfield, CA  City and state you live in currently: Boise, ID  Home Mountain: Tamarack Resort Sports that you are passion about: Volleyball, Wake surfing, Golf, and Snowboarding  Brands you use for your snowboard: Burton, Volcom, 686, Coal headwear, Smith, C4 belts, and Paradox The girliest thing in my pack is: a hair tie My favorite […]

Mt. Rainier – A Girls Journey to the Summit

Mt. Rainier - Elevation 14, 409

“In every walk with nature one receives far more than he seeks.” -John Muir Photos by: Dan Paulson & Misty Broesicke Returning to Mt Rainier within 10 days of my first attempt was a no brainer.  I had spent the past six months gathering gear, training, climbing, hiking and focusing on a successful attempt.  Getting […]

Climbing Idaho’s Lost River Peak

Making our way up the Cathedral of the Gods on Lost River Peak, Idaho.

Standing at 12,078 feet and number 6 in the ranking of Idaho’s tallest mountains is Lost River Peak (LRP). This peak lives up to the reputation of Lost River Range climbs: steep on all aspects and tough to summit.  The steepness of this mountain includes the camps at its base; I found it incredibility difficult […]

Elyse Saugstad

TGR Co-Lab Edit Elyse Saugstad

Sponsors: Moment, Alyeska Resort, Scott, Hestra, Flylow, Backcountry.com, Arcade Belts, Kask, ABS Upon meeting Elyse Saugstad nearly a year ago, a flurry of adjectives flooded my mind – strong, beautiful, giving, devoted, smart & healing – just to name a few. As a professional skier Elyse is married to Cody Townsend another pro skier with […]

Eddie Bauer Rainier Storm Shell Line

an image of Eddie Bauer Storm Shell Jacket

Being in the mountains can introduce a large variety of weather patterns.  High in the mountains a sunny, cloudless day can suddenly turn to rain with thunderstorms, or sudden snow.   Having the right protection from the elements is critical both to staying relatively comfortable as well as protecting yourself from the elements. The Rainier […]

Claire Smallwood and SheJumps

an image of Claire Smallwood Skiing Trees

“In a Gentle way you can shake the world.” -Mahatma Gandhi Claire Smallwood is making an impact!  Not just in Alta, Utah but throughout the country!   Sharing her love of the outdoors with other women and children comes naturally. Claire is making a difference in the lives of countless individuals who have become educated […]

Gregory Deva Pack

Whether backpacking or climbing a mountain, I am a BIG fan of the Gregory Deva 70 Litre Pack.  Why? Simple!  It’s BIG and I pack like a girl! The more time you spend in the mountains the more you develop a system for how to pack your gear.  This pack is fantastic with lots of […]

Mt. Rainier June 27, 2014

An image of the Nisqually Glacier on Mt. Rainier

Photos by: Dan Paulson & Misty Braden The idea of big mountain climbing has always been appealing and there has never been a mountain I have wanted to climb more than Mt. Rainier.  Having scheduled a late June climb back in January of 2014, the past six months have revolved around my quest to climb […]

Sierra Blair-Coyle

Sierra Blair-Coyle Bouldering a solo climb in Hawaii.

Sponsored By:  Sanuk, Roxy, ClimbX Gear, Asana Climbing, BlueWater Ropes, Primo Chalk, Omega Pacific, Quotable Cards, Cell Med Clinics At 20 years old, Sierra Blair-Coyle is having the time of her life as a “Roxy girl” and professional climber.    Living in Scottsdale, AZ, her love of the sport began when she was 8 years […]