An interview with Clark Casebolt, a pioneering San Juan sea kayaking guide and longtime owner of Outdoor Odysseys, for his guide-level perspective on what makes America’s newest National Monument such a singular saltwater destination.
Eddie Bauer First Ascent guide Caroline George reports on how she took advantage of prime conditions this winter in Chamonix to ascend Beyond Good and Evil, a cutting-edge mixed route on the north face of the Pelerins, with two good Slovenian friends.
Eddie Bauer First Ascent snowboarder Wyatt Caldwell taps into the history and heritage of the Idaho backcountry for sled-accessed, approach-ski shredding in a zone of pioneers.
The Sawtooth Mountains are a range of jagged remoteness with that become a starting point for backcountry skiers when the snows of winter arrive. Eddie Bauer First Ascent Guide Erik Leidecker tells us what it takes to set up his ski touring yurt that sits in the middle of some of the best wilderness ski terrain in the lower 48.
First Ascent athlete and grassroots splitboard hero Kyle Miller elevated his standing in the history of Northwest big-mountain riding by becoming the first ever to shred the full list of the Washington Nines.
Northwest splitboard hero Kyle Miller traversed the 24 miles from Paradise to Crystal Mountain and this is his unvarnished and completely inspiring report.
Seth Waterfall received a wintertime reminder of the intensity of Washington’s tallest peak while leading a skill-building Winter Expedition Skills Seminar on the mountain this month. This is his report from a midwinter week at 10,000 feet.