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Cooke City Part V – 3/12-3/13

We were all tired after our previous day’s excursion into Goose Lake so we decided to head back to our sled lap zone off Henderson mountain. We ventured further along the ridge to the north, trading a longer sled shuttle for longer, more open shots. We must have done something to please the weather gods […]

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Cooke City Part III 3/10

After finding deep and stable snow the day prior, we decided to go check out the numerous 2,000ft avy paths off Woody Ridge that we had been looking at across the valley. With a large number of lines to choose from, all easily accessible from the ridge top, all ten of us headed up the […]

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Cooke City Part II 3/8-3/9

We were eager to get back out after the previous afternoon’s glimpse of Cooke City’s potential. Brett, Ellen and Cam were excited about a shot they had spotted off Woody Ridge south of town. The rest of us decided to go up to the south ridge of Henderson Mountain to go check out a zone […]

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Cooke City Part I – 3/6-3/7

One Man, One Machine – Cooke City local I wish I could claim that Cooke City was on my radar for years, but that would be a lie. The first time I heard the name Cooke City was in a January email from Garrett titled “RIP Canada -> Cooke City”. The infamous Canada hut trip […]

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Cathedral Traverse – 8/1

With temperatures in Salt Lake City peaking well into the 100’s, Taryn and I decided to escape to Jackson for another weekend away. We initially discussed attempting the Cloudveil Traverse as our run up Middle and South Teton had left us inspired to complete that section of the ridge line, but as the weekend grew […]

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The Tetons – 7/18-7/19

Taryn and I had planned a mid-July roadtrip to the PNW to bike, run, climb and see some friends. A last minute positive Covid-19 test in the Seattle friend group left us with no plans and itching for adventure. With Salt Lake City literally hotter than the sun, we decided to at least escape to […]