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Browsing All posts tagged under »Rocky Mountain National Park«

Slaying the Dragon Tail

April 14, 2011

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Four years ago, I arrived at Rocky Mountain National Park for an educational adventure in the art of snow wizardry, and I was forsaken a vision I would not soon forget. That sight was of the Dragon Tail Couloir, a mythical strip of snow that falls continuously for nearly 2,000 vertical feet above the mystical Emerald Lake.[Read More...]

(MARCH)

April 5, 2011

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A GoPro edit of skiing from March 2011. Locations include Rocky Mountain National Park, Solitude Ski Resort, Silver Fork Backcountry, Hippy Ridge, and Arapahoe Basin.

Some Photos from March

April 4, 2011

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I never thought I'd see a post with me in every picture! [Read More...]

MAYcember

May 5, 2010

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The first weekend of May consisted of powder skiing at Rocky Mountain National Park and Echo Mountain. On May 1st, Jon, Owen, Chris, Tyler and Andrew and I went for a tour in the Terrain Park area of RMNP. No one had been back there in a week, so we had some interested route-finding episodes […]

The Unemployment Chronicles Part 4: Dream – Trashpile Productions

March 18, 2010

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My Buddy Owen has been at it again making dope little films while job searching. I make an appearance at the end of this episode during a day we skied Mario Gully at RMNP, but the gnarly slide they do on the yellow road gate is a highlight for sure. Check out the other parts […]

The Unemployment Chronicles Part 3 – Trashpile Productions

February 23, 2010

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My buddy Owen has been making some radical movies under the Trashpile Productions name since he lost his job a few months ago. I made it into this episode, as well as the Ruby Hill Rail Jam I missed out on while I was at the X Games. Footage of me is from a couple […]

Pillow Talk in the Dream Chutes

February 23, 2010

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So 14er season didn’t start quite yet, after the Alpine Club called off the trip to Mt. Sherman, and so my 50th day of the season took place with a bunch of friends up at A-Basin. The following day, however, I met up with Collin from All Mountain Access to go test the stability up […]