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2020 Ski Season (inbound version)

And just like that it’s over.  Typically in March, the spring skiing season is just getting started with lots of sunshine, warm temperatures, mushy afternoon snow, and sitting around in shirtsleeves on the patio with an apres-brew.  I’ve always known … Continue reading

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Happy in my Suffering Place

By this point, I realize that my dream of a complete traverse of the Gore range is likely just fantasy.  However, there’s still plenty of lesser adventure to be had!  After this year’s batch of angst, indecision, and sleepless map-peeking, … Continue reading

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2018-19 ski spectacular

It’s early May.  In most seasons, I would have hung up the skis a month ago and skiing would be a distant memory.  This year?  Nope, there’s still plenty of snow out there and several resorts are still open.  I … Continue reading

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Ski Big or Go Home

Several different sets of friends just sent me some amazing photos of the huge powder dump they were skiing in during an early-April blizzard.  My first reaction was “Wow, that would suck to run through!” That was the moment I … Continue reading

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Red in Peak and Claw

I’ve been fascinated with the Gore Range ever since… well, forever really, whether I knew it or not.  It’s hidden in plain sight from I-70, Vail, and much of Summit County, but there are no 14ers or popular trailheads in … Continue reading

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