Skiing with the Gnomes

Going deep into the Tetons

published: April 19, 2011

You can just see the stomp coming (Charley Ager). Photo: Blake Jorgenson


Retallack Part 2: ‘Popcorn Cliffs’

This is so just gonna be just like in the movies...

published: April 10, 2011



Colorado Snowpack Turns Deadly

Aspen loses esteemed local to avalanche just days after a close call

published: April 4, 2011

Evidence of a 25-foot high stauchwall of a March 10 avalanche near Mt. Hood Meadows Ski Resort. Photo: Mt. Hood Meadows Ski Patrol


The White Blog 6

Why you ski with girls, whiskey and bacon

published: April 3, 2011

Photo: Juan Valdez


Frozen: AK in 2011

Tripping with the Black Diamond crew...

published: April 3, 2011

Plenty of texture here (Charley Ager). Photo: Blake Jorgenson


Retallack, Part 1: To Infinity and Beyond

This is so just gonna be just like in the movies...

published: March 29, 2011

Reversing course from a decision in December to remove access gates from the Telluride Ski Resort into the Upper Bear Creek sidecountry, the U.S. Forest Service today announced it will re-open an access point from the ski area near Palmyra Peak (No. 5 in this image). Photo: Brett Schreckengost/


Updated: Progress in Telluride

USFS to restore public skier access to Upper Bear Creek via new Palmyra Peak gate

published: March 16, 2011

An avalanche on the Ship's Prow (Hanging Valley Wall zone, Snowmass). "This was taken in the late 60s/early 70s before Elk Camp was built. I think someone threw a charge from the top and my dad was there to witness it on the far side. But it coulda just been a natural..." — Neal Beidleman.  Photo: Larry Beidleman


The White Blog 5

Life, death and really deep powder

published: February 17, 2011



The White Blog 3

An ongoing discussion of all things backcountry and avalanche related

published: January 27, 2011



White Blog 2

published: January 17, 2011

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