Outdoor News & Events

A year ago one evening in Sheffield, we watched two very inspiring climbing videos; one of Sasha DiGuillian making the first ascent of Rolihlahla and the other of Paige Claassen making the first ascent of Digital Warfare. They looked like world-class routes in an incredible place so we decided to visit these areas in South Africa. › Read More
From far away the snow on the mountains looked awesome, but as we got closer and closer we noticed heavy winds and little snow on the glaciers. › Read More
Words by Roger Strong Photos Doug Hutchison, Andreas Schmidt, Will Hinckley and Roger  We are blessed with long, snowy winters in the Cascade mountains of Washington state.  The range is kissed with spells of temperature spikes and its snowpack is stabilized with help of the occasional Pineapple Express system even during our biggest and deepest seasons. › Read More
Mammoth white titans rest on the shoulders of earth. Like ancient ghosts, clouds rise up and disappear into the dry land east of the Sierra Nevadas. The peak of Mount Whitney stands before us, though I can’t decide if it’s a friend or enemy. It calls regardless. › Read More
Chile. Land of llamas, empanadas and summer snow. Originally I'd planned on heading there early in the summer but lack of snow but that plan on hold. Eventually Chile turned on with a few massive storms and the thought of going again crept into my mind. Emails were sent and a 'plan' was hatched. › Read More