Finally bagged Stark Mountain on skis!
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Check out this WOLVERINE I saw while backcountry skiing!!
Skiing year-round is one of the best benefits of living!
I managed to ski 10 months in a row on my first attempt from October 2012 through July 2013. Here’s how I almost made it, starting with a grizzly bear in Glacier National Park after a 6 mile hike for 200 feet of skiing…
It is with great pleasure that I report I’m two months away from my first year-long streak! What’s even more exciting is that it was a foot of fresh powder!
Month 9, Turns All Year! First time skiing in September! I’ve now skied every month of the year, all in the mountain west of the US!
First time skiing in August!
June was month NINE of my first Turns All Year, on Mt. Adams’ slopes. Read all about it!
Yup, we did it! Nick and I bagged this 9,351-foot Montana Bitterroot classic. Again. (Summit number 6 or so with me, this may be my most-visited summit!) We packed way to much stuff and spent the night an hour or so up the trail, to get a head start the …
I finally made it to the summit of Mt. St. Helens, Washington, again, in May. The last time I was up top was during my late Teewinot’s last climb. MSH is a fantastic, easy climb with over 5500 feet of elevation gain. I took my time, many breaks, and summited …