Winter at the Homestead
With temperatures regularly resting between 0 and -20 F and 5 hours of daylight on the winter solstice, winters in the Big River Valley can be quite intense. Days are spent keeping warm, caring for the livestock, running small trap lines, editing video, writing songs, and preparing for the summer months ahead.
By request, we consider hosting guests during the winter months. Logistics can be tricky with flight delays due to weather during the dark months. March and Early April offer the best taste of winter with the easiest logistics. Though January is best for Aurora viewing or those interested in the silent dark.
For the right people, solo winter experiences can be arranged.