Posts tagged "guide"
January in the Selkirks

January in the Selkirks

It hasn’t snowed significantly in weeks yet mountain experiences in January have been magnificent. Instead of the typical faceshots and endless tree runs, riders have explored some fantastic alpine terrain and remarkably low avalanche hazard. Below are a few photos of fun times in the Selkirks. After nearly 20 years of mechanized skiing in the...

Selkirk Video Trip Report

Just pure unadulterated powder skiing in the Selkirk Mountains of British Columbia, Canada. choking on deep powder in the Selkirks. January 2012. During this trip, I alternated between the Kästle Skis BMX 128 (for big open terrain) and the FX 104 (for when I wanted just a little more snow in the face) both skis...
North Sick Shooter

North Sick Shooter

Climbing the Lightening Bolt Cracks on North Six Shooter Tower of Indian Creek, Utah. Excellent and varied crack climbing for 3-4 pitches. Captured with Panasonic GF2 and iPhone 4s Music: At the Drive In Also check out our climb on South Six Shooter tower
South Sick Shooter

South Sick Shooter

South Sick Shooter from mikebromberg on Vimeo. Biking and Climbing to the South Six Shooter Tower at Indian Creek, Utah. The approach out Davis Canyon Canyon road is much more pleasant done on a bike from the Creek Pasture campground. A great human powered climbing adventure. Captured with Panasonic GF2, GoPro Hero HD, and iPhone...
Rocktober

Rocktober

Just back in Colorado from Red Rocks, Nevada for a quick recharge before heading down to Indian Creek! Fantastic to feel back at home in the desert after a long alpine summer season. I put together a quick edit of my time climbing and guiding in Red Rocks last week. Check it out, and let...
PLUM Guide Binding Review

PLUM Guide Binding Review

“those things look like surgical instruments!” A quote one would expect to hear from a skier staring at a wall of thousand-dollar custom skis; but what the above quote was referring to was my fresh pair of PLUM Guide bindings peeking out from behind the impressive fleet. PLUM (pronounced “plume”-  /ˈpluːm/) FELISAZ SAS is a...

Climbing Mont Blanc via the Trois Monts route

August 18, 2009

Voie Frison-Roche

Climbing the frison-roche on the Brevent in Chamonix. The frison roche is the most popular route on the main face of the route and hosts 6 pitches of great rock climbing at a reasonable grade (6a+).

Alpine Exploits

Having the perfect blend of work and play in the mountains is something that (I think) every guide struggles with. The lure of more work as well as the necessity of more play, or perhaps vice-versa; is a very delicate balance. Having been careful to not over do it on each end, I’ve had some...