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Baker Backcountry Skiing and Riding

Mount Baker Ski Descent

Fortune Peak Huts Backcountry Skiing

North Cascades Ski Mountaineering

North Cascades Ski Traverse

Patagonia Volcano Ski Descents

Japan Backcountry Skiing

Rock

Custom Rock Trip

Mt. Erie

Vesper

Mexico Climbing - Izta & Orizaba

Alpine

Custom Alpine Trip

Mount Baker Easton Glacier

Women's Kulshan Climb

Mount Baker Coleman Deming

Mount Baker North Ridge

Shuksan Sulphide

Shuksan Fisher Chimneys

West Ridge of Forbidden

Ice Cap Slam

Olympus

Glacier Peak

Vesper

Pickets Traverse

Eldorado East Ridge

Ruth & Icy

Dorado Needle

Mexico Climbing - Izta & Orizaba

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Ski & Ride

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Intro to Backcountry Skiing and Riding

Steep Ski Mountaineering

Glaciated Ski Mountaineering

Rock

Custom Rock Course

Gym to Crag

Learn to Lead

Intro to Big Wall

Anchor Building

SPI Course

SPI Assessment

Alpine

Custom Alpine Course

Glacier Mountaineering

Crevasse Rescue

Women's Affinity Crevasse Rescue

Anchor Building

Avalanche

Custom Avalanche Course

AIARE Level 1

AIARE Level 2

Fortune Peak Huts AIARE 2

AIARE Rescue Course

Avalanche Alumni Mentorship Days

Beginners Guide to Splitboarding

Beginners Guide to Splitboarding

Splitboarding: The Answer to All of Life’s Problems (Except Avalanches) By Michael Bartley What is splitboarding? As skiing and snowboarding are growing in popularity, ski areas all over North America are seeing an uptick in attendance, as well as surging costs...
Backcountry Ski & Split Training

Backcountry Ski & Split Training

Backcountry Ski & Split Training By Elijah Christie and Zack McGill The best way to avoid injuries and continue backcountry skiing & riding (even as we age) is to train — plain and simple. Ideally, you should get yourself a coach for individualized...
Travel Techniques for Backcountry Skiers

Travel Techniques for Backcountry Skiers

Travel Techniques for Backcountry Skiers & Riders By: Phil Straub Backcountry skiing or riding is, in many ways, a team sport. Sure, you can go it alone out there, but most folks choose to venture into the mountains with partners. The reasons to ski with other...
Skinning Techniques for Backcountry Skiing

Skinning Techniques for Backcountry Skiing

Backcountry Skiing & Riding Skinning Techniques By: Phil Straub Skinning is the most efficient way to travel across wild snow in the backcountry. People have been putting skins on their planks for thousands of years. In the beginning they were made of actual seal...
Ski Crampons for Backcountry Skiing

Ski Crampons for Backcountry Skiing

Ski Crampons for Backcountry Skiing and Riding By: Phil Straub Ski crampons for backcountry skiing help backcountry skiers and riders gain purchase on firm snow when skins alone don’t quite cut it. These light, little tools can turn a tedious icy ascent into a...
Backcountry Skiing First Aid Kits

Backcountry Skiing First Aid Kits

First Aid Kits for Backcountry Touring By: Alyssa Young When we step into the backcountry we assume heightened responsibility for taking care of ourselves and our group. When things go sideways, we need to be able to systematically address the situation. Just as we...