It’s never too early to envision, scheme, and plan for your next great ski adventure. The following six itineraries are trips I look forward to guiding during the 2016-2017 ski season and I’d love for you to join me! Use the contact page to be in touch. I’m happy to answer all of your questions and… Continue reading 6 Trips of a Lifetime | Ski Guiding for the 2016-2017 Season | Come Ski with Me: Antarctica, Japan, Gulmarg, Alaska, Greenland, Tibet
Earlier this winter, I was honored to contribute an article to the multi-piece Mountain Skills column published by Backcountry Magazine. The whole column is a worthy read for any backcountry user. My work centers on being prepared through team and routine with a particular focus on guiding in the Chugach Mountains of Alaska. From Backcountry Mag:… Continue reading Backcountry Magazine| MOUNTAIN SKILLS: BE READY WITH TEAM AND ROUTINE
Wrapping up the Alaska season in style, and milking a few classic runs out of Tahoe before setting off to guide in Iceland for Ice Axe Expeditions, this is a full State of the Backcountry report for the month of April. It’s springtime in the mountains, which means there’s a deep snowpack across the Northern Hemisphere,… Continue reading State of the Backcountry 2016: Alaska and Tahoe
It’s the end of April, the Chugach, Alaska season is coming to an end, and what a season it was! Jeff, Wes, and I became the first party to ever climb the face of the mighty Sphinx. It will remain a life highlight for the three of us, and to do it as a complete Tour Camp… Continue reading State of the Backcountry 2016: Alaska
It’s already March, and that means it’s time for Jeff, Wes and I to set up the 2016 PNH Tour Camp! We are sold out for the season, and already have reservations on the books for next season. This year Jeff and I traveled from Tahoe to Alaska early to attempt the first ever climb… Continue reading It’s Time To Set Up The 2016 PNH Tour Camp| The Simple Life |Warren Miller Photo Gallery
Popping some Cherry Cola Chews, I take a moment to fuel up and survey the scene. Icebergs, penguins and a frozen landscape encompass my total vantage. The scenery is as wild as it gets. It’s mid November, and there’s no better way to kick off the ski season than an expedition to Antarctica. It became… Continue reading Checking In With Honey Stinger| From Antarctica to Alaska
I’m super excited to share my writing and photography to support this piece on the history of PNH Tour Camp. This issue also highlights another trip I guide in Greenland for Ice Axe Expeditions, with photography by Keoki Flagg. It’s a privilege to work as an athlete for such an amazing photographer, and you’ll see and… Continue reading A Backcountry Home in the Chugach | Ascent Backcountry Snow Journal
From Skiing Magazine: As I followed the skin track, my steps in time with my breath, I racked my brain for the answer to lead guide Brennan Lagasse’s question. I mentally checked all the information I had learned and practiced before this trip, certain there must be some trick of the alpinist trade I was… Continue reading From Skiing Magazine: Follow Your Compass | PNH Tour Camp with Warren Miller Ent.