Embrace Your Inner Goonie at the Teton Ogre AR

  Who doesn’t crave a treasure map and some challenging terrain? Well you can pack the gear but the map isn’t your call in Adventure Racing—no one is going to

Three pounds of peanut butter per person, per year is consumed in America. If we did a little free association, what would come to mind? Lunchbox treat? Toast topper? How

Is it ironic that we are asking you to post to Instagram under the banner of “unplugged”? Yes, but inspiration can come in many forms, and we are convinced your

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

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

Mud Season Manifesto Contest

      Well, okay — we a little bored up here in the mountains. The ski resort is shut, the trails are still snowy and the roads are rutted

Guest Spot:  Zahan Billimoria Committing to a Dream

Four years ago I got a letter that I always hoped for – an invitation to work for Exum Mountain Guides. Ever since I was a youngster I always dreamed

The Art of Suffering

It must be 11 AM already. The clouds are rolling in thick, dark and breezy and I’m huffing my bike up the last 500 feet to the top of A

The East Ridge of the South

Inversions are always tough because the weather is the harshest when you feel the roughest: at the start of the day. And that is how it was when AJ and

The Dog Days of Summer

With the start of school signaling the end of summer, there seems to be a bittersweet sentiment sweeping through Teton Valley. Summers have a tendency to be full-throttle, and so