After gaining about 500 meters from the road, the border guards caught up with us. Luckily, we were 500 meters above the road and a few kilometers away, and the guards were not to anxious to leave their Lada 4x4 or the road. They shouted and whistled at us, but we played deaf until we arrived at the top of the ridge, and at that point we lost sight of them until we would arrive back at the observatory later that evening.
Пик Комсомола (Komsomol Peak) – Part Two: First Descent with Skis On
Пик Комсомола (Komsomol Peak) – Part One: Ascent
Mt. Elbert on Memorial Day (Reblog)
(Editor’s Note:I skied this line back in 2009 with Jenny. I didn’t really take any pictures the second time around, so I’ll point you to Collin’s well-written post about our Memorial Day Mission.)
Backcountry Skiing in Colorado
On May 28th Jon Jay and I set out for an early morning assault toward a thin Box Creek Cirque on Mt. Elbert. I climbed Mt. Massive over 5 years ago and have wanted to get after Elbert for a while now. However, I figured if I was going to climb it, I’d rather get a good ski in as well. I’d just been waiting for the right time and Jon was down for the trip… it was on!
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June + July
I put this together, so hopefully it makes the next 7 minutes of your day more enjoyable.
Photos from the Crestones
I actually hate blogging about failed mountaineering missions, but the photos Tyler and I captured are too good not to share [Read More...]