This November I joined Ice Axe Expeditions for my third journey to the Antarctica Peninsula for ten action packed days of skiing, wildlife, glaciers, exploration and fun.
Friday, November 21, 2014
Friday, October 31, 2014
Saturday, September 27, 2014
photo by William Taggart
In 2015 AIRE will introduce the lightest, self-bailing, whitewater-worthy watercraft the world has ever seen.
Thursday, July 31, 2014
Spring Ski Touring, Wyoming
On June 18, the Forest Service released its long-awaited draft federal rule for designating areas as open or closed to winter motorized vehicles. It’s a good first step, but the proposed rule misses the point on a couple of key details. Please take the time to comment. I just did.
Friday, July 11, 2014
I like big wild landscapes. And one of my favorites is located in northeast Alaska.
Tuesday, July 1, 2014
In the spring of ‘94 I skied from Lander to Jackson following the spine of the Wind River and Gros Ventre Ranges. After pulling a sled over Dinwoody Pass, and a short detour to Wyoming’s high point, Gannett Peak, I spent a long blissful day skiing a high straight line from the Dinwoody Glacier to Downs Mountain. This aesthetic route follows a major fault line, connects the largest glaciers in the Rocky Mountains and never drops below 12,000 feet. It also traverses next to enticing 13,000+ ft. peaks. For years I dreamed of returning.
Tuesday, June 24, 2014
It hasn’t snowed in a couple weeks. Many of my friends are complaining. I’m not. Two thousand feet of untracked powder snow sits silently waiting below my ski tips.
Tuesday, June 17, 2014
Alaska, where countless rivers and creeks drain massive wilderness, is the birthplace of modern packrafting. Highly resourceful, Alaska adventurers were some of the first to utilize lightweight portable watercraft to explore and travel across vast roadless and often trailless expanses.