SAFE AS CLINICS

A group shot of the instructors and participants of the SAFE AS Clinics held at Snowbird resort Dec 2013. Photo credit: Snow Bunny Magazine

A day spent on the snow with your girls is always awesome!  But imagine elite female skiers, a big mountain, avalanche awareness training (both on and off-snow), and around 25 rad female skiers and snowboarders, all together in one place and for one purpose! No need to imagine; that is SAFE AS Clinics. SAFE AS […]

Blind Spot

Getting a shot early am with photographer #1. Photo: Mike Rogge

We are very grateful to Amie Engerstrom for sharing her story with us.  It takes a lot of courage to publicly share mistakes made,  yet her desire to see others be safe in the backcountry is what has led her to share the experience!  Thank you Amie, you are an inspiration! We all know the […]

14th Annual Powder Awards

Sweetgrass Productions celebrated their Movie Of The Year Award for Vahalla
Photo Credit: Powder Magazine

The 14th Annual Powder Awards, held in Salt Lake City, were a veritable who’s who of skiing.  The event was packed with fellow snow lovers gathering, getting excited about the upcoming season, being stoked about the sport, raving about the lifestyle, and hobnobbing with the skiing elite. The venue was filled with many of the biggest […]

Athletic Girls Are Hot

Chris Gerono's girlfriend Jenn Hilton fly fishing in a river.

Women playing men’s sports? Seriously?  How dare they impose their prissy feminine attitudes upon the rocky masculine fabric woven by years of jock straps and chewed up mouthpieces!  Who do they think they are; some sort of equal beings with the supreme male gender? It turns out women have staked their claim and fought for […]

Mt. Borah, Humility In High Places

This photo shows climber Misty Braden standing on top of a peak on Chicken Out Ridge.

Most climbs in Idaho’s Lost River Range are steep, but at 12,662 feet, Idaho’s highest peak, Mt. Borah is notorious for its difficulty.  A round trip climb on Mt. Borah from parking lot to summit, and back to the car again is 7 miles, but the elevation gain is 5,500 ft. of brutal uphill. After […]