Ski Mountaineering: The Gear We Use — 2017

Ski mountaineering season is upon us, and with the epic winter we’ve had, lines are filled in and the spring […]

Lost Rivers Ski Safari

Justin was back for his annual ski pilgrimage to Idaho, and this season we decided to explore the remote east side […]

Photo Inspiration: Sawtooths in Winter

No trip report, no ski shots, no people. Just photos of the remote Sawtooths in their spring blanket of snow. […]

Trip Report: Custom Ski Mountaineering Course

What do you do when a group of skilled local skiers ask you to arrange a custom Ski Mountaineering Camp for […]

Ski mountaineering season is here! (And other news)

Our favorite time of year is upon us…the snowpack is getting deep, weak layers have healed, and conditions are conducive […]

Spring Powder & Ski Mountaineering

Just when many had given up on winter, April rolled in with some of the best powder skiing since December. […]

Trip Reports: March Showers Bring April Powder

Early April began with new snow, a stable snowpack, and a back-to-back guided hut trips. Rare conditions like this are […]

The Chutings Will Continue Until Morale Improves

After spending the first half of the winter skiing 25 degree powder due to high avalanche hazard, we’re doing our […]

Extracurricular Activities: the AMGA

The American Mountain Guides Association (AMGA) certifies guides in three disciplines: rock, alpine, and ski mountaineering. Each discipline typically has two 7-10 […]

Ski Mountaineering Camps 2013

This spring we ran two Ski Mountaineering Camps at the Williams Peak Hut. While snow was rapidly disappearing in the […]