Forage, Feed, Fuel …

by Christian Santelices It was a tough summer in many ways for a mountain guide … Monsoon moisture produced twice the average precipitation in August, which meant many canceled trips

Summertime Memories

“And so with the sunshine and the great bursts of leaves growing on the trees, just as things grow in fast movies, I had that familiar conviction that life was

The Sawtooths Mirror My Soul

by Kalen Thorien My patriotism may lack enthusiasm, but nonetheless I was happy to spend my Fourth of July in what I believe to be Americas greatest assets—the wilderness! My

by Nikki LaRochelle I was coming off one of the greatest summers of my life and had never been in better form. My husband and I climbed fifty-six of the

Garage Grown Gear Launch Week

Garage Grown Gear, the online magazine and e-commerce store that connects people to innovative, high-performing and wildly cool outdoor gear, just launched this week with seven days of gear giveaways.

A Life Worth Living

Ten years ago my friend and mentor, Rich Rinaldi, and I were at Snowbird when he offered me my first guiding job. I was young and hungry and inexperienced–and never

Welcome to the Posse!

Kate’s Real Food, maker of the tastiest bars on the planet, announces its partnership with SoulPoles and San Juan Untracked for 2014. This stellar snowsports alliance puts Kate’s bars into

The Perfect Storm

by Kalen Thorien The perfect storm…When you hear that in a forecast you can’t help but let your imagination run. You go to bed dreaming about skiing the best snow

Stoking Kate’s Fire

You may wonder how we keep our stoke up at Kate’s? Sure, it looks pretty from the surface—we’re out and about on our Facebook page enjoying the mountains. But the

The Harvard Route: Bagged on Bars

written by Trevor Kreznar Last summer I bought a book.  I don’t read as much as I should since the majority of my book purchases aren’t novels, they’re guidebooks. But