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The Hulk Hogum, By Jared Inouye

Congrats to Jared Inouye, Andy Dorais and Jason Dorias, who just last week completed what they dub, “The Hulk Hogum”, a link up of 8 steep couloirs and lines in Little Cottonwood Canyon, UT.  Jared shares his take on the day in this trip report and claims success on his lightweight gear.  For the most […]

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Recharging

Resting the feet in Boca Raton, FL. When your ski season starts in October and ends in July, a little sunshine escape before the second half gets going isn’t too bad of an idea. I’m back in Jackson mid-week and will be raring to go for some great ski tours this spring. My hit-list is […]

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Trade Show Time

Well, it’s trade show time and I had an alpine start and drive, with a mixture of plowed, unplowed, one tire on the road and the other busting freshies on my way to the demo day today. It was pretty white knuckle at times, but I made it in time to ski on some great […]

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Eastern Sierra AT: University Peak

I’m back in Jackson now, but with some more time off from my day job last week and cloudy, rainy days predicted here in the Tetons, I decided to head back to the Eastern Sierra with the Kitty. It was Kitty’s birthday, so I figured it would be a great way celebrate it by skiing […]

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Back in the Sierra

Randosteve skins towards the north face of University Peak. Well, after a quick turn around in Jackson and a change of partners last week, Randokitty and I have been back in the Sierras for a few more days of great skiing, good company and protecting ourselves from the intense rays of the deathstar. Sorry I’ve […]

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Some Pics From The Ripper Chute

Lines on the east side of the Dana Plateau. I’m back in Jackson for a few days before heading out on another skiing road trip. Here are a few pictures from skiing the Ripper Chute on Dana Plateau on a “rest day”. The Dana Plateau is a must-do for skiers looking to get into some […]

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Eastern Sierra AT: Split Mountain

Randosteve skis the South Face of Split Mountain. Click all photos for larger images. My second day skiing on this 2010 Eastern Sierra ski trip involved an early start by Sierra standards and one of it’s 14K’ peaks. Our sights were set on Split Mountain (14,058′) and it’s south face today, and although it’s not […]

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Eastern Sierra AT: Mount Thompson and Gilbert

Jon Morrison drops into the North Couloir of Mount Thompson. Click all photos for larger images. After a long and windy drive through the beautiful state of Nevada, Reed Finlay and I arrived in Bishop last week and have had three great days of skiing in the Eastern Sierra Nevada Mountains of California so far. […]

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Video From Skiing The Archangle Ridge on Mount Foraker

I’m killing time in Ushuaia right now before my flight to Mendoza tomorrow and I thought I’d share this video that was sent to me by Ryan Bougie from his and Marcus Wharing’s ski descent of the Archangle Ridge on Mount Foraker this past spring. Pretty wild to see these guys nail this descent on […]

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TR: First Descent of the Archangel Ridge on Mount Foraker

When I originally posted about the first descent of the Archangel Ridge on Mount Foraker, it was questioned by some. Thanks to Marcus Waring for putting this trip report together and setting the record straight, and congratulations on a successful first descent of an amazing ski line. -Steve. Photo courtesy of Doglotion.com. “…Now that we […]

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Mega Photo TR: Granite Peak, Montana

There are a few ways to approach Granite Peak in the Beartooth Mountains, but most people use the East or West Rosebud trailheads north of Red Lodge, MT. Research states that the East Rosebud trailhead might be slightly easier because it avoids a multitude of switchbacks if one uses the West Rosebud trailhead. Here’s how […]

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Happy Labor Day!

Mountain goats on Granite Peak (12,807′) in the Beartooth Mountains. Happy Labor Day! I’m back to work today after putting in my own fair bit of labor to reach the summit of Granite Peak, the highest mountain in Montana, over the past few days. Many say that Granite Peak is the hardest state highpoint to […]

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Archangel Ridge on Mount Foraker Gets First Ski Descent

Update- It seems as though the accuracy of this post has come into question. Over a month ago, I heard about this descent via an email from someone who saw ski tracks on the route, as well as hearing about it thru Facebook and Twitter posts. More recently, I saw it posted on some other […]

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Sultana Ski Team on the Summit of Mount Foraker

Just got a SPOT message from Andrew McLean and company putting them at the summit of Mount Foraker. Picture yourself standing on top of the peak right now…clicking into your Dynafits…and about to make the second decent of the mountain. Jealously…doesn’t even begin to decide how I personally feel. You’re halfway there fellas…now get it! […]

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Sultana Ski Team One Step Closer

Most likely, this is the view out of thier tent window. Photo courtesy of AlasdairTurner.com. As suspected, I just got another SPOT messenger update on the Sultana Ski Team’s position and it looks as though they are one step closer to their goal of skiing from the top of Mount Foraker. If successful, they will […]

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