This video is absolutely horrifying. It started off alright – they kept an eye on the person caught in the slide and knew about where to start looking. From there, it turns in to an absolute junk show. Know your gear, know your search procedures, and most importantly, know your parters. It’s a miracle this man survived.
I was browsing Vimeo yesterday and ran across what appears to be a full leaked version of Chris Davenport’s unreleased Ski the 14ers film. I had the opportunity to see the movie a while back and definitely recommend giving it a watch.
A couple weeks ago I finally took the pup mountain biking for the first time, and she did great. I finally had time to get a short video put together and up. As always, the quality will be better if you click through to the vimeo page.
Yesterday, I pushed my bike up and rode down Mt. Elbert with Andrew and Brian. Photos and words will be up in a day or two, but the video is ready now. If you’d like to watch the HD version (strongly recommended), click through to Vimeo’s website. Enjoy!
This time of year is normally for long days climbing peaks and skiing back down, but this winter has been anything but normal. With the statewide snowpack below 50% of normal, I’ve only been on skis once in the past month. Unless something drastically changes, the skis are probably hung up for the year, with the possible exception of closing day. I’m in full-blown bike mode, and put together a little video of my first few rides of the year. Click through to Vimeo’s site for better video quality.
I recently got a GoPro camera, and I put together my first video during the snowpocalypse that hit Denver last week. I’m really looking forward to getting some more experience with it. Enjoy!