Events Schedule

Snowbird Lodge Calendar of Events

flyfish22015 Snowbird Trout Festival March 10-12 and November 5-7: It’s three days all about trout!!  Snowbird is bringing back the USA Fly Fishing Team members to teach/casting/fly tie, stream techniques, and guide our guest on the three-mile delayed harvest section of Big Snowbird Creek, which is super-stocked catch-and-release.  Last seasons event saw all fishermen catch the triple crown, Brooks, Browns and Rainbows! It’s a rare opportunity and these three days will fill up fast!  Pre – registration for this event is required.  It is a 3 day event and has an additional fee of $100.00 per day for guides and equipment. With five guides we limit the number of guests that can participate to a total of 10, this insures that each guide is able to spend the maximum amount of time with each guest ensuring that each individual gets the instruction that they need. Whether you’re a beginner, intermediate or advanced fly fisherman you are sure to come away with new skills and knowledge.

Mark Dauber has had numerous exhibits throughout the US and has led workshops across the globe. He is renowned for his easy ability to communicate and coach a wide variety of students, from beginners to professionals. Mark can show you how to capture the images you see and give you the tools necessary to shoot the images you’ve always wanted.

Mark Dauber has had numerous exhibits throughout the US and has led workshops across the globe. He is renowned for his easy ability to communicate and coach a wide variety of students, from beginners to professionals. Mark can show you how to capture the images you see and give you the tools necessary to shoot the images you’ve always wanted.

About our Guides:

Leon Bates:Retired urban forester and horticulturalist,
senior botanist, avid hiker and conservationist
Wanda DeWaard: Outdoor educator/naturalist since
1974, specializing in firefly education and monarch butterfly
research
Scott Dean: Naturalist and biologist well known
for wildflower photography and history
Liz Domingue: More than 25 years of experience
as a naturalist, educator, wildlife biologist, photographer,
and writer
Ann Kennedy: Offers a fun, comfortable class, and specializes
in “curvy girl” (and guy) yoga
John & Nancy Rennie: Wealth of combined knowledge
of landscape design, horticulture, native plants, and forestry
Aaron Steed: Has mapped territories and nesting sites
and mastered the art of banding songbirds and migratory
hawk-counting
Simon Thompson: Nationally known ornithologist,
helps locate and identify migratory birds
Chris Tilghman: Surfer on waters of the world, stand-up
paddleboard instructor, founder of Surf Blue Ridge
Joel & Kathy Zachry: Professional, experienced guides
for breathtaking scenery and safe wildlife observation