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Three Sisters Traverse 4/24

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Mount Shasta – 4/23

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La Sal Linkup 4/8

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San Juans – 3/28-4/7

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Fairy Meadows Part III 3/9-3/11

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Fairy Meadows Part II 3/7-3/8

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Fairy Meadows Part I – 3/4-3/6

Precision takes time – Team Sloth WORK IN PROGRESS: Temporary labor shortages have made sourcing the usual witty and informative writing difficult. For now pictures will have to do. Fairy Meadows was a long time coming. Garrett entered and won the required lottery back in 2018, with the trip originally planned for the 19/20 winter, […]

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North Ridge of Pfeifferhorn – 2/12

It’s been a very dry mid-winter and even the sheltered north-facing slopes are getting grim. Determined to find some excuse to get up into the high mountains, Hunter and I decided to check out the North Ridge of Pfeifferhorn. We have both done the North Ridge in summer, but the idea of doing it with […]

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Wind River Range- 5/28-5/30

A magical 2018 trip to the Cirque of the Towers forever cemented the Wind River Range as a special place in my mind. Yet, despite being a shorter drive than Indian Creek, I had not made it back since moving to SLC. Eager to change this, and itching to get a final ski adventure in, […]

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Mount Rainier – 5/15

It’s impossible to see Mount Rainier from Seattle and not have your mind blown; it looks fake, it’s simply so big on the horizon. I’m sure Washington residents eventually get used to it, but every time I’ve visited Seattle the mountain captivates me. Taryn makes fun of how obsessed I am with the “scale” of […]