LOGAN CANYON, Utah. — Cache Valley residents Amy and Eric Flygare are waiting for more snow to fall this winter. While waiting, they’ve been working on these very cool ‘SnowArt’ projects. The couple has been using snowshoes and precisely measuring how to trample out designs in the snow. Additionally, they’ve flown a drone above their snow art to capture everything from the best vantage point.
“We wanted to get a little exercise on Saturday and decided to stay in the flats since the avalanche conditions are pretty bad right now. We spent a couple of hours tromping out some snow art near the highway up Logan Canyon just down canyon from the Franklin Basin trailhead,” Amy Flygare posted on Facebook (January 11, 2021).
YouTube video from above and another perspective here:
For some additional context, check out KSL TV. They met with the Flygares for an interview. Below is the facebook post from Amy Watterson Flygare.
We wanted to get a little exercise on Saturday and decided to stay in the flats since the avalanche conditions are…