Arctic Refuge Protection Movement Update

As a co-conspirator to the movement, much has happened over the past several weeks. Seismic testing has been defeated for now, a major win to celebrate!! Also, more than 1 million estimated comments were made on the latest DEIS related ...

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Powder Magazine-Storm Dispatch: Tahoe, California

WORDS & PHOTOS: Ryan Salm Wake up early, drink tea, eat breakfast, shovel, ski, shovel, eat dinner, shovel, sleep, repeat. In all seriousness, it has been snowing for two straight months in Tahoe and this is our new normal. The ...

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WILD TURNS IN AMERICA’S SERENGETI

I need to commit. But it doesn’t feel right. The water is deeper, and the current is faster than it was when we crossed the river 12 hours earlier. I retreat backwards and shake my head at my partner Shana. ...

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Westward Episode 2: Backcountry Philosopher

It was a pleasure working with KGB Productions last season for their Westward Series . The final product is a very humbling piece about a path largely shaped by spending time in the mountains, and the search for sending their ...

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The Launch of the Ice Axe Impact School

TRUCKEE, CALIF. (PRWEB) OCTOBER 18, 2018 The Ice Axe Foundation is proud to announce the launch of the Ice Axe Impact School, an educational platform formed to facilitate transformational experiences for students and active learners across the globe. The Ice Axe ...

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Ski Guiding Calendar for the 2018-2019 Season

The leaves are changing, and the snow will be flying before we know it! I’m super excited to share guiding plans for the 2018-2019 season! As always, be in touch if any of these trips interest you- brennan@iceaxe.org -or feel free to ...

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