Congrats to our Canadian friend, extremely passionate backcountry skier, and Arc’teryx, Dynafit and Backcountry.com poster-boy, Greg Hill, in his quest to backcountry ski 2,000,000 vertical feet in one calendar year. It’s been a long road for Greg and I’m sure it took a tremendous effort on his end to reach the 2 million mark. No […]
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Good Luck to Greg “2 Mil” Hill on the final days of his quest to ski 2 million vertical feet of human powered turns. I think he’s got a little over 60,000′ left to tick off, with only a few days to go. You got this one the bag Greg…get after it!
Greg Hill leads the way on Rogers Pass. Click all photos for larger images. After eventually crossing the boarder into Canada, Dustin Lemke, Reed Finlay, Brian Ladd and I pulled into Revelstoke to meet up with friends Greg Hill and Aaron Chance. Being that the USA vs. Canada gold medal hockey game was only a […]
Steve Romeo, Brian Ladd and Greg Hill check out the avalanche crown. We were able to get out with Greg Hill and Aaron Chance from Revelstoke yesterday, before heading into the Fairy Meadows Hut today. And let me tell you, the avalanche conditions are little touchy right now. After some fresh snow, some buried surface […]
Just a quick down a dirty update on some new products that are sure to have some serious buzz both at this year’s Outdoor Retailer and next winter. I’m down here at Snowbird at the Cliff lodge for a preview of some products before the hustle and bustle of the actual trade show and it […]
Props to my bro Greg Hill on his one-day ascent and descent of Mont Blanc, Europe’s highest peak, on May 2nd of this season. Greg was only in Chamonix for four days, but scored the big prize by teaming up with some serious rando’ers and nailed the 12,000′ climb in a killer one day ascent…from […]
As usual, Greg Hill put together an interesting video (in his own quirky way) from a couple days skiing with him and his bros in Roger’s Pass. Watching this brings me back to the big views and amazing terrain the place has to offer. A must-do trip for any dedicated backcountry skier. Thanks for the […]
Approaching the summit of Youngs Peak TetonAT’s final day of skiing in Rogers Pass involved one of the most classic ski tours in the area and headed up the Illecillewaet Glacier to ski Youngs Peak under bluebird skies. A long day, but with Greg Hill and company with us, we would be able to move […]
Hover over images and click the arrows to advance the pictures. Big thanks to Greg Hill and Aaron Chance for showing the TetonAT crew around Rogers Pass for a few days. With bluebird skies and new snow, we had to play it safe in regards to avalanches a little, but we were still able to […]
Randosteve helps out fellow skier/blogger Greg Hill. “Is anyone headed up to Revelstoke today?” Randosteve, “Yeah.” The hostel manager hands me the phone. “Hello…this is Steve.” “Romeo? It’s Greg Hill. My car broke down on my way back to Revelstoke last night. They think it’s the fan belt and is only going to cost $100. […]