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Powder.kz Backcountry Season 2014 – Бэккантри в Казахстане, Киргизия, Камчатка.

September 22, 2014

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The crew over at Powder.kz put together this rad footage for a Backcountry Season compilation, which I am honored to be a part of.

Did you bring food?

July 31, 2014

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We hiked across the stream and set up camp for the night at the Onion Field trailhead. The next day, we had absolutely fabulous weather for the hike to Camp 1, and only a few instances where we could not find the trail because of snow. Camp 1 is at about 4400 meters above sea level, which was the highest I had ever hiked to before (this is the elevation of Mt. Elbert in Colorado). Needless to say, I was stoked for everything beyond.

Osh to Kara Kul: A Misunderstanding, A Sick Start, & A Closed Road

July 21, 2014

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This was also the place where my stomach had its final fight against the last of the contents consumed the day before, thanks to an involuntary olfactory response to the rather rural smell of a shop. The first and only thing I consumed that day was a liter of Sprite from Sary Tash, and I can assure you it was the best Sprite of all time.

The Road to Purgatory is Beautiful

July 18, 2014

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Osh is not exactly an exciting city. The main attraction is the bazaar, which is massive, but full of all the things you find at every bazaar in Central Asia: fresh fruit and vegetables, plastic products and cheap clothing from China, and police looking to hassle foreigners. The other main highlight, in my eyes at least, was Solomon's Throne, a craggy hill that rises above the town.

We Run Karakol.

June 30, 2014

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This trip was special to me since it is the last time I will see Karakol for a while, and being able to see all of the great people there and share some laughs was awesome, especially with Sergey, Akerim, Ryan and Ptor. Plus, I had never seen Abram more stoked on a new place, so I'm glad the experience was shared with someone who appreciated it.

Ойлонбой кылуу: Kyrgyz for Spontaneous

February 23, 2014

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This Referee was having a good time Chronological schedule of selected events that occurred during the weekend of February 21st, 2014.

Don’t Prang in Your Beshbarmak

March 13, 2013

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Outhouse Backflip Intense warming & a few avalanches made for some of the most fun, smoothest pow skiing I've done in a long time, which is what this video features. I apologize to anyone looking for sickter-richter huck-tack-u-lar GoPro footage, but I had just as much fun with this crew on this terrain as I've had doing anything else in Central Asia, and that's all that matters.