Guiding

Icy Road to Canada

On the way to Canada for some training with the Canadian Avalanche Association,  I was able to get in a bit of skiing and ice climbing.  It started off in RMNP, CO, where we got up to Hidden Valley for a day of “rock” skiing. I then checked out Loch Vale Gorge and climbed the not-so-classic Ice Chim.  After Colorado, I headed to Wyoming and climbed for a few days in Cody. This place has adventure written all over it–long approches, steep ice, and hunters shooting all over the place made for long days and a great time!

 

 

 

I then headed to Bozeman, MT,  which just so happened to be hosting their annual ice fest. It was great to see old friends and make some new ones.   Oh yeah, and this place is sick!!!

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