By Eric Layton It’s ski season, and that means it time to dust off and dial in our backpacks for the backcountry! Make sure you’re prepared for winter ski and splitboard trips with this comprehensive gear guide on how to properly pack for your next tour. I have often referred to my backpack as being […]Read more "Pro Tips: How to Pack for Backcountry Travel"
Responsibility in the backcountry takes many forms. Having the right tools when misadventure strikes can be the difference between a manageable task and a nightmare. Anyone who has ever gotten injured or broken a piece of equipment knows that being even a mile away from the trailhead can be a disaster to get out safely. As […]Read more "Jackson Hole Mountain Guides Explore Backcountry Rescue"
Hello, I wanted to give you some feedback from a victims perspective about the Pro Rescue Sled. Before I get into details, let me say thank you for an awesome product. On Saturday, March 3rd, I was out backcountry skiing with a group from The Mountaineers in Seattle. We were skiing only a few miles […]Read more "Pro Rescue Sled, A Victims Perspective"
Christmas is a time for lists, right? “Making a list; checking it twice…” I don’t make Christmas lists anymore, but I sure make enough other lists throughout the year – places I want to go; mountains I want to climb; educational courses I seek; gear I need for trips. I truly hope that if you […]Read more "One Last List for the Year"