Posted on April 21, 2016
LINK to article: According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, construction work holds the lowest percentage of female representation among surveyed occupations, comprising roughly nine percent. The second lowest? Ski guiding. That’s according to Jane Anderson, Logistics Coordinator with the American Mountain Guides Association, who notes that women comprise just 11 percent of ski-guiding […]
Posted on April 20, 2016
AMGA Guide, Eric Whewell shows you the BrooksRange tools you need for field tour planning and observations in the backcountry.
Posted on April 15, 2016
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Posted on April 14, 2016
In what terrain and under what conditions have I not used this puff? For the past two months I’ve lived in the La Sportiva Tara as my outermost layer. Donning this piece at multi-pitch ice belays, the sport crag, around the campfire playing guitar, and camp at 12,000ft in -8 degree frigid temps and rough […]
Posted on April 11, 2016
The Dynafit Chugach hits the mark. Over the past decade or so I’ve tried a number of different Dynafit ski models. For the most part I have found a lack of downhill performance. While the weight savings and uphill ability of the of the skis was great the downhill aspect left something to by desired. […]
Posted on April 8, 2016
Every day in America, women return to work after the birth of a child to find an unsupportive environment lacking on-site child care, lactation programs and paid medical leave. No wonder there is an alarming lack of women in positions of leadership, board rooms and public office. Women will never be able to effectively “lean […]
Posted on April 7, 2016
When an emergency strikes, knowing how to use your gear is essential. AMGA Guide Mike Soucy shows you how to perform an independent evacuation with the help of our friends from Brooks Range Mountaineering Equipment.
Posted on March 31, 2016
This past August I received a phone call explaining I had been chosen for the Doug Parker & Roger Baxter-Jones Memorial Scholarship for my Ski Guide Exam. I was incredibly touched that I’d been chosen to preserve the memory of these two men. Speaking with Richard on the phone, through a spotty connection, it was […]
Posted on March 29, 2016
I am in no way the best skier in Houston, Texas. I can’t really say accurately that I’m the best ski guide in Houston. I am, however, without a doubt the most qualified ski guide in Houston, having passed my final AMGA exam, the Ski Guide Exam, with financial help from Marmot. My ten year journey to […]
Posted on March 28, 2016
Snowboarding is one of the great passions in my life. Since the age of 4 I have had the privilege and opportunity to slide downhill with a large piece of wood strapped to my feet. When I moved to Colorado I discovered that a lot more riding existed beyond the resort and into the backcountry. […]