Overly Attached

The DAS airing out after a good day on Mt. Washington           My buddies Al and Ryan are gear heads. Engineers by trade, they are able to dissect the tensile strength of any material you show them, the breaking points of the myriad components in a tech binding, and can determine [...]

A Renewed Perspective

Few times have I seen the moon that bright. Huntington was so well illuminated that the massive rock buttress that divides the middle of the ravine cast a shadow over central gully. Standing there in awe we were compelled to howl at the moon to honor the untamed spectacle that surrounded us. It was a [...]

A Gateway Into the Mountains

Employing parking lot camping skills was not a conscious act of toughness, rather an unforeseen reality stemming form poor planning and traffic. The initial plan had been to skin up to the Harvard Cabin that evening but time and fatigue squashed that goal. Fortunately, sleep is typically easy to find in a -20 sleeping bag, [...]

Early Season Edit

Doing our best to find good snow and steep lines in the whites. Looking back on this day it is amazing to see how lucky we were with the conditions. Sometimes in the moment you are so focused on staying safe and dialing in your turns (especially when your third day of the season looks [...]