The 2014-2015 ski season was memorable. From Canada to Kashmir, and Alaska to Greenland, it was a season of travel, growth, and exceptional exploration. In this piece for the Mountain Hardwear Ski Blog, I recount the 2013-2014 ski season. It’s August after all, and since the days are getting shorter and the nights are getting colder, thoughts of the upcoming ski season are impossible to shake off. Here’s to a safe, big season for all!
From Mountain Hardwear:
It happens to every passionate skier, every summer. At some point at the height of a July bbq, after a great trail run, or a super fun bike ride, reality strikes. You’re missing something. Snow.
With summer in full swing I’ve found myself here several times over, reflecting on the winter that was, and in making plans for next season. With a home base in the Sierra Nevada, this past year was one best accentuated with a few trips out-of-town. The San Juan’s in early November, New Hampshire in December, Mt. Baker and Canada in January-powder was chased and scored, but as expected it was the time spent with clients guiding at Points North Heli-Adventures (PNH) in Cordova, Alaska, and with Ice Axe Expeditions that were the most memorable.
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