A ski descent of the Grand Central Couloir on Sayres Benchmark, near La Plata Peak.
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Peak 10, a really straightforward 13er to climb and ski in Summit County.
Getting back to normal and out on skis after my hip replacement… and how it all progressed.
A spring ski descent of the East Face of Christiana Peak, 12,878 ft., from Capitol Creek.
My interview for the Wagner Skis “Next Level Skiing” podcast where we talk about skiing, teaching, the popularity of ski area skinning, and how it can serve as a bridge to backcountry skiing.
The weather was forecasted to be pretty nice. I wasn’t going to be skiing for while. A mid-winter break to the desert just felt like the right thing to do.
Life can be hard on our bodies. Adventuring in the mountains, even more so. After years of tackling all sorts of challenges on foot, ski, and bike, in all seasons of the year, it shouldn’t have come as a surprise to learn that I had worn out one of my joints. I had my left hip replaced back in December.
A 50 mile mountain bike loop around Arizona’s tallest mountain, Mount Humphrey’s.
The S Ridge on the west side of Snowmass Mountain might be our favorite route on that 14er.
A super-fun long ridge scramble in the Upper Fryingpan Valley.
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