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Classic Climbing in the Tetons: CMC Route on Mount Moran

I find it interesting how intense the alpine world is. I have spent the last few years gradually climbing harder and harder mountains. It never ceases to amaze me how insignificant I feel when I commit to a big climb. The CMC Route on Mount Moran is an Alpine grade II and the face is […]

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Classic Climbing and Splitboarding in Little Cottonwood: Winter on the South Ridge and South Face of Mount Superior

This has to be one of the most intense all-around adventures I have ever done, and it happened in my own backyard of Little Cottonwood Canyon. I got the crazy idea to climb a classic winter alpine route and ski a classic winter descent. Here’s how it went down: We got to the base of […]

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Broad’s Fork Twin Peaks Summit in Utah

I just did my second solo summit ever and my first climb of Twin Peak the other day, along the Broad Forks trail up Big Cottonwood Canyon just South of Salt Lake City. It was a great hike and I would suggest it to anyone who is just getting into mountaineering. There were a few […]

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