A six-day hut and ski traverse through the Otztal region of the Tyrloean Alps.
In 1899 Mount Rainier became the nation’s 5th National Park, a well deserved designation for one of the most iconic mountains of North America. Soon afterwards, work began on a project to construct a trail that circumnavigated the spectacular 14,440 foot summit. Years later, after subsequent refinements and re-routes, the 93 mile Wonderland Trail was created. Now over 100 years old, the historic trail courses through high alpine meadows and...
The Tenmile Range is a region of the Colorado Rockies that contain the mountains surrounding Breckenridge and Frisco. These mountains frame the Blue River Valley and Lake Dillon and not only provide a scenic back drop for everything in the area, but contained within them is a cool ridge that allows for a huge linkup of summits.
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Ted on Otztal Traverse Thx Fry. They've definitely evolved to be a little easier…
Fry on Otztal Traverse Absolutely awesome, Ted. So inspiring on many levels.…
Ted on Otztal Traverse Miss you too Chris. Hope you got some good skiing…
Chris Brower on Otztal Traverse Fantastic, C&T. Just beautiful. Love the way you…
Ted Mahon on Otztal Traverse We got info from a guidebook- Alpine Ski Mountaineering 2:…