Spooky Face

This is a line I wasn’t sure I would ever get the chance to ski, mostly because I couldn’t ever find anyone crazy enough to try with me until my friends Mark red beard Fellerman and Dan Petrus were planning to go for an attempt. Of course I was in! We were to go camping…

Moran Camp 2016

Time to go camping on Jackson Lake! Notice the beer on the back of the sled? Thats right, you have to pack it all across the lake to get to the camping site, we use sleds so we can bring more stuff and not have to “carry” it. You know, the luxury items (BEER!). Fred…

South Couloir, Teewinot

This mission is to go up to the South East face on Teewinot and ski the face in early light powder. As we headed up the face we started to notice how hot it was getting and we started to consider bailing, we didn’t want to just ski down so we broke out the map…

Powder 8’s

Jackson Hole is bringing back the powder 8’s! What a better team than Jeff Leger and Tanner Flanagan? Training before the qualifier was pretty much a no-go because of all the snow we have been getting so me and jeff decided to wing it! We did pretty well grabbing second place at the qualifier and…

Buck Mountain

I have skied Buck mountain before but this time it was going to be different. We were going to climb the east ridge, a fairly exposed ridge with a 1,000 foot or more cliff on one side and about a 40-60 foot cliff on the other. This knife ridge is relatively easy climbing, but the…

Grand Teton

There is one I know for sure thing, I will always possessΒ a strong urge to climb and ski the Grand Teton. This year I climbed and skied it twice and attempted a third time, but was shut down. During my first ascent, we summited successfully and skied perfect snow all the way down. The second…

Glacier Gulch Powder Day

It was spring and we were getting some frequent storms that were supplying us with some great late season powder. The group for this adventure was Eric Seymour, Griffin Post, Lars Chickering-Ares and myself. We planned to start atΒ 4am to be sure we didn’t get our late season powder ruined by the sun. When we…

Middle Teton

After our successful ascent of the Grand Teton, I was drooling over the Middle Teton and feeling confident. When climbing the Grand Teton we had the best views of the Middle Teton I have ever seen. Basically a perfect view the whole way up. Naturally, Fred and I were fired up about climbing Β up the…

Grand Teton

The Grand Teton is the highest peak in the Teton range. It towers above the lesser peaks and beckons the skier almost irresistibly. My first chance to climb and ski the Grand teton came in March of 2015. My ski partner Jess Mcmillan, our friend Fred Marmsater and I all came together one cold March…

Southwest Couloir on Mt. Moran and the Fallopian Tube on Mt. Woodring

ThisΒ team consists of myself, Jess Mcmillan, Fred Marmsater, Eric Seymour and Mark “Redbeard” Fellerman. We have been wanting to go on a camping mission and we have been wanting to get up further north in the Teton Range where we can explore new areas that take more time to enjoy than one can do in…

The Nugget, South teton

I have heard a lot about this line, but have never had the chance to ski it, until today! Redbeard and our friend Tim Cohn were up to the task. We sort of got a late start and we were moving a little faster than normal on the way up. Making it to the top…

Apocalypse couloir

The Apocalypse couloir on Prospectors mountain is one of the most dangerous lines in the Tetons. While being 100% exposed the whole time and having hangfire above you most of the descent, this line does not give much room for error. Some people have climbed up from the bottom, we decided to attack it from…