The 14er Project – Part 2

  The last time I wrote about climbing 14ers—back in June—was immediately after we conquered our first two peaks. Now it’s September and we’ve summited 30 mountains since April! My

This past winter, my husband Brad and I were talking about how spending time in the mountains motivates us. If you said to either of us, “go run a 5K,”

Onward We Struggled…long after the kale had run out

As a climber, I face a lot of challenges: route finding, dealing with fear and pushing past it, managing risk and judging objective dangers like rockfall and lightning, and finding

Behind the Scenes…

As any promoter can attest, a lot of goes into a race. The behind-the-scenes action can be nuts, scary and awesome all at the same time. With Kate’s Bars onsite,

Always On Edge : A Mommy’s Time Out

“Just go,” my husband utters as I reluctantly open the door. With a houseful of snotty noses and fleeting whines, I’m having issues embarking on a fun-filled powder day by

Up Close and Personal: Tammy Donahugh

Our ambassadors bring a certain ‘light’ to our company. They make us laugh, they make us cry and most of the time they make us giggle with anticipation at their

The Mountains Give and the Mountains Take Away

Zahan Billimoria checks in this month from a non-stop 26 days of guiding and playing. In memory of those we’ve lost recently within the Jackson community, we try to relish

Up Close and Personal: David McClure

Our ambassadors bring a certain ‘light’ to our company. They make us laugh, they make us cry and most of the time they make us giggle with anticipation at their

Up Close and Personal: Nikki LaRochelle

Our ambassadors bring a certain ‘light’ to our company. They make us laugh, they make us cry and most of the time they make us giggle with anticipation at their

Up Close and Personal: Brendan Leonard

Our ambassadors bring a certain ‘light’ to our company. They make us laugh, they make us cry and most of the time they make us giggle with anticipation at their