Classic Moab: Mag 7 and the Enchilada

Classic Moab: Mag 7 and the Enchilada

Why not call all your friends from all periods of your life to meet in the one and only Moab? Especially when they are all rippers and are some of the funn(i)iest people around? Well, that’s exactly what I did. After all, I now live in Utah. Seven of us converged from Colorado, Utah and… MORE PHOTOS

Down the road: Sunset Arch and Willow Creek, Escalante

Down the road: Sunset Arch and Willow Creek, Escalante

The Escalante region doesn’t get as much attention as say, Arches or Zion, but it is certainly just as beautiful! A couple weekends back I decided to check out Sunset Arch. This geological wonder sits in the middle of the desert. From all directions, it’s nearly impossible to spot, but once you’re out there it’s… MORE PHOTOS

The High Uintas: Rain, fog and Amethyst Lake

The High Uintas: Rain, fog and Amethyst Lake

It’s been quite a while since my last post. I wish I could say it’s because I’ve been out exploring. Quite the contrary, I’ve been working on a myriad of commercial projects and well, moved to Utah a few weeks back, which is why I ventured out to the Uinta Mountains for a two-day escape.… MORE PHOTOS

Smith River: Rain and then some

Smith River: Rain and then some

In May, I was invited on a trip down the iconic Smith River. People warned me about the rain. They said, be sure to bring your rain gear. I listened, but I didn’t think it would be that bad. Driving over from Helena the clouds were low. It was cold. And as soon as we… MORE PHOTOS

The last powder dump of 2012

The last powder dump of 2012

The thing about skiing is each day has the potential to be the best of your life. I suppose that’s why we continue to ski even after our knees are blown, our pockets empty and our relationships gone. Four days after my blue bird day in the “Burnt Forest,” a front came through and dropped… MORE PHOTOS

Learning the burn: Skiing back in Lincoln

Learning the burn: Skiing back in Lincoln

This ski season was a struggle for me. I broke my collar bone in late January, right after two trips into Lincoln. It was a bummer. Especially because the first two trips were complete whiteouts and Paul and I had no idea the area we were exploring. Luckily, the doc gave me the “go-ahead with… MORE PHOTOS

Beartooth Mountains: Fishing the Hellroaring Lakes

Beartooth Mountains: Fishing the Hellroaring Lakes

I explored the Beartooth Mountains for the first time ever. And well, was blown away!! I felt like I was walking in the Alaskan Tundra. It was windy, stark, barren and above all GORGEOUS!! The trip began with a drive up a moderate 4-wheel drive road, which climbed roughly 4,000 feet to the beginning of… MORE PHOTOS

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