It was an honor to talk with Kingkini for her NPR NextGenRadio climate project. THE IMPACT OF CLIMATE CHANGE We are finding, coaching and training public media’s next generation. This #NPRNextGenRadio project is created with the University of Nevada, Reno, where five talented reporters are participating in a week-long state-of-the-art training program. In this project we are… Continue reading Climate change affects skier and guide on a very personal level
Had a nice chat with @MrAdamX on the Pursuit podacst recently. We went a bit all over the place from inspiration on skis and advocacy, to climate change and snowshoeing in the skintrack. Loads of great conversations from the Out of Collective crew, give our chat a listen and give the crew a follow here.
If you’re not already a member of POW (Protect Our Winters) this is the month to join! Follow this link to join Team Pow and then get outside this April and #cruhit4climate. Thank you for giving back to the mountains, oceans, rivers, trails, rocks, and everything outside that gives us all so much!
WE ASKED TWO FLYLOW ATHLETES WHAT WEIRD STUFF IS IN THEIR PACK. THEIR ANSWERS? EVERYTHING FROM GAS STATION HOT DOGS TO SUPERGLUE TO THREE PAIRS OF GLOVES. You know if you’re heading into the backcountry, there are a few essential items you must have with you (and know how to use): avalanche beacon, shovel, probe, skins.… Continue reading THE SURPRISING THINGS I ALWAYS BRING INTO THE BACKCOUNTRY| FLYLOW
Happy to see this incredible film is still making its rounds with an upcoming release in Melbourne, Australia. Check out the announcement and some stellar highlights here, with film info here, and the trailer below. I had the fortune to guide for the project, working with Torah and her crew in Antarctica and in the… Continue reading Out of Bounds 3D IMAX Film Release in Australia
On the face of it, the modern skier of today, what with the state-of-the-art gear and penchant for heli-fuelled descents, would seem to have little to learn from the traditional skier of yesteryear that relied on skis made from boiled wood planks and horsehair to get around. But for Whistler filmmaker Chris Winters, co-director and… Continue reading Return to Roots | Full Film and Backcountry Magazine Article
What a joy to experience live music again this summer! It was not without hesitation and much forethought into safe travel and how to go about an experience that would undoubtedly be different given current contexts, but it sure was a gift to share in the groove once again with a few thousand friendly strangers.… Continue reading Show Reviews & Photos | Phish at the Gorge and Shoreline| Glide Magazine
A RIDE TO STOP THE MINDEN SIREN By Brennan Lagasse Switchback after switchback, the trail climbs continuously as it snakes its way up Sierra Canyon. It’s hot and dry in the desert. The riparian greenery around a nearby creek offers brief reprieves of shade. The climbing feels endless, most likely because it’s my first real… Continue reading LISTEN TO THE WASHOE | Adventure Sports Journal