As I explained to Ken Wiens, the focus of this blog is trackset trails, but some of the non-trackset backcountry photos are spectacular. Does anyone know where this is? Can anyone uncover Aqua Toque’s secret stash? Hint “conditions were awesome at ####### #### Lake!” I suspect you won’t be able…
Chuck took the above photos on his trip to Point Camp Meadows, which is somewhere beyond the couch on the Pipestone river.
-Now complete with Radio Collars, the bison are awaiting release this summer. Photo by Chuck- Chuck has made some epic ski trips but this one surpasses all in distance, tough conditions, and the ultimate
With all the discussion happening about backcountry gear, I thought it would be a good time to post these photos of one of Steve Riggs’ backcountry adventures. Back when Steve sent
“There are old guides and there are bold guides, but there are no old bold guides,” Theo Meiners, another legendary guide in Alaska, used to quip.
(Thanks to Chip for this entertaining report about skiing and eating) Nelson Ski Fest Dec. 27, 2013-Jan 3, 2014
If you haven’t checked the photos on Chuck’s trip reports, you’re missing some spectacular sights. MORAINE LAKE Perfectly groomed to the viewpoint and
This has been an early-season dream weekend. Great Divide on new tracks on Friday. Moraine Lake road on excellent tracks and cold snow yesterday. Skiers finding skiable snow
This was posted in the Backcountry Trip Reports but is worthy of its own post. Thanks to Steve Riggs for this. Make sure you click on the link and look at all the photos.
If you’re a beginner or novice skier, chances are you’ve never heard of it. It’s easier than Ribbon Creek, it’s an hour closer to Calgary than those fabulous, easy