By Brooks-Range Ambassador Aaron Richards In the United States, if you want to make a professional career out of mountain guiding, you’ve got to have a decent level of competence in three major disciplines: skiing, rock climbing and alpine climbing. Like many of my peers, I entered the field with a passion for—and experience in—only two […]Read more "Step Up Your Mountain Prowess with These 4 Tips"
Partnerships. They are a hallmark of the backcountry. For all of us who’ve found good companions for the mountains, the rewards are hard to nail down in words. Instead of complicated explanations why this is so, sometimes the easiest reasons work best: “We just work well together.” Well, Brooks Range has products that do that […]Read more "Partners in High Crime: 5 Backcountry Essentials"
Chris Wright is an AMGA-certified Rock & Alpine Guide, an alpinist and an outdoor educator. He has climbed in the wildest places in the world, looking for rock and ice on every continent. The Edge… There is no honest way to explain it because the only people who really know where it is are the […]Read more "Chris Wright: On Finding The Edge"
FA: Chris Wright and Scott Adamson, April 18-20, 20031 The Mooses Tooth*, East Face Alaska Range, AK After leaving a balmy spring in the Oregon desert, the first step out of the Anchorage airport reminded me that the far north hadn’t taken the equinox to heart just yet. Regardless, after only a couple days of […]Read more "Terror (VI WI6 M7 R/X A2 1,500m)"
Ambassador Silas Rossi reviews the Brooks-Range Stubai Tent on a recent trip to the Ruth Gorge. Stubai Tent from Silas Rossi on Vimeo. On April 10th, 2013 Peter Doucette and I flew to the Ruth Gorge for the second time in two years, our goal being to climb a new route on one of the peaks. […]Read more "Ambassador Silas Rossi Reviews the Brooks-Range Stubai Tent"