Skiing's Equivalent?

Somehow Jason Tattersall got my email address about a year ago and if there is one thing you can count on him for, besides skiing hard and speaking his mind, it’s entertaining emails about once a week. He forwarded this video to me (and many others) on Tuesday. Most of the time when I get […]

Happy New Year!! I hope everyone has a great New Year and is able to ski/ride a lot in 2008. I know I look forward to a fun upcoming year and I want to thank all those that have supported me in 2007. Right now I’m trying to get fired up to do some intervals […]

Giving Thanks

I want to take time this Thanksgiving Day to mention some of the things I am thankful for. Sunrise off the coast of Italy Photo: Dustin Lemke First off, I’d like to thank all those that have visited over the past year. This website has really grown into something I could never have imagined […]

Heroes of the Slopes

I’m traveling back east for the Turkey Day today and got up wicked early to get some turns in before my flight. The forecast was for around 7″ of snow in the mountain,but it looks like the flow went north and we were only left with a dusting…or maybe and inch or two. Considering the […]

Bruneau Sand Dunes:

Steve Romeo skis on the ridge of Bruneau Sand Dunes State Park in southwestern Idaho After seeing the thread on Telemark Tips about sand skiing in the Bruneau Sand Dunes State Park in southwestern Idaho, I just had to check it out. Bruneau is tallest single-structured sand dune in North America (whatever that means), and […]

"Just Like the Tetons…"

Here’s a quick clip from some sand skiing in Idaho this weekend. Trip report tomorrow! 😀

TetonAT TV: Episode 1

Randosteve talks with high altitude videographer, snowboard mountaineer and Jackson Hole native John Griber on his recent trip to the Himalaya to document the oldest American to reach the top of Mount Everest. (Don’t miss the jingle at the end. He…he…he!) Here’s the You Tube link if the other doesn’t work for ya: TetonAT […]

2007 Slide Show

Well…unfortunately it looks like my 2006/7 Teton ski season is over. Other areas of the country are still skiing what looks like good snow, but around here the snow is pretty much fried. I may get out for some novelty turns later in the summer, but for all intents and purposes, I’ve hung up my […]

Doug Coombs Anniversary

Please give a shout out and remember Doug Coombs today on the anniversary of his death. Rip Sir Douglas! I found these videos of Doug on the web. Too cool! Keep it Real-Nice old school footage of Doug from the early nineties. Remembering Doug Coombs-Many memories of Doug, from his family and closest friends. Doug […]

Heli-Skiing in the Snakes.

I got lucky yesterday and was able to grab an open seat with High Mountain Heli-Skiing (HMH). The morning broke clear with bluebird skies, but the forecast was for incoming clouds, so we had to get it while we could. I was a little unsure of how it would work out, going heli-skiing where I […]

Randosteve and Hidden Couloir in Backcountry Magazine

Working all day today, so unfortunately no skiing. If you are in a shop that sells Backcountry Magazine anytime in the next month, please grab a copy of the February issue. In it, there is an account of Reed Finlay’s and my descent of the Hidden Couloir on Thor Peak in 2005. Just a two […]

Conrad Anker Slideshow on Antarctica

A friend asked me to help get the work out about this slide show. It sounds like it will be great and luckily I will be back from the Winds to check it out. And it’s FREE! Explore Antarctica with Mountaineer Conrad Anker Jackson, WY- Explore Antarctica with professional mountaineer Conrad Anker as your guide. […]

FSB-Before the Storm

The weather was predicted to deteriorate today and Reed heard from his ski patrol buddies that it should be snowing by noon. We got an early start, to beat the weather, and drove up to Togwotee under uncertain skies. We had planned to go to Mt Moran this week, but not with the predicted storm […]