A Long Way to the Valley
Love when lines are so straight and long you can see the whole way down.
Ledge and Sky Pilot
Stunning mountain terrain just a few miles from Squamish, British Columbia.
A ski mountaineer's paradise. Coulouirs off the side of Ledge, a mountain above Squamish, British Columbia.
Sea to Sky
Stunning views of Howe Sound from the Sea to Sky Gondola. Squamish, British Columbia.
Jeff Lightburn enjoying some cold, light snow just a few miles from the ocean above Squamish, British Columbia.
Sky Pilot Turns
Jeff Lightburn making turns underneath the Sky Pilot massif. Squamish, British Columbia.
Carolyn Stwertka making drawings in the snow in the alpine below Sky Pilot. Squamish, British Columbia.
Mt. Habrich in the foreground, Atwell and Garibaldi in the background, with Black Tusk sneaking into view on the left. Squamish, British Columbia.
An unknown skier about to drop into the Stadium through the col. Sky Pilot, Squamish, British Columbia.
Daphnee Tuzlak and Carolyn Stwertka skinning past the cliffs at the top of the Stadium. Sky Pilot, Squamish, British Columbia.
Daphnee Tuzlak and Carolyn Stwertka head up the Stadium Glacier at the foot of Sky Pilot. Squamish, British Columbia.
Skinning Towards Sky Pilot
Daphnee Tuzlak heads up to the Stadium Glacier and Sky Pilot above Squamish, British Columbia.
The Sea to Sky Gondola Suspension Bridge with Sky Pilot and Goat Ridge hovering in the background.
Andy Osadetz on the new (December 2017) rapid at the Seymour put-in in North Vancouver, British Columbia.
Seymour River Canyon
Mark Wallace on the new (December 2017) rapid at the Seymour put-in in North Vancouver, British Columbia.
Leafless trees in the late fall in northwest Connecticut.
Greg Sokol paddles through the cold on Thanksgiving at Bull's Bridge on the Housatonic River in Kent, CT.
Greg Sokol peels out into a low-water lap through Stairway on the Housatonic River in Kent, CT.
Squamish Valley Fog
Jackie's first turns of the year following Mark Dalgliesh.
Classic coastal skiing...logging road access, heavy fog, and unreasonable amounts of snow.
Kayaking in the backyard under the watchful eye of the Stawamus Chief.
When the conditions on the hike out are a bit different than they were on the hike in...
Looking downstream at a snowy Meager Creek near Pemberton, British Columbia.
Daphnee Tuzlak walks across a decommissioned bridge over Meager Creek near Pemberton, British Columbia. There's no road access to this bridge following a massive landslide downstream.
Meager Creek Hotsprings
These hot springs used to be road accessed and apparently quite crowded; now that the road is gone, they're quiet and beautiful. Pemberton, British Columbia.
Devastator Peak, part of the Meager group, a geologically active set of mountains north of Pemberton, British Columbia.
Upper Meager Creek
Looking out over the upper Meager Creek drainage near Pemberton, British Columbia.
Hiking far above the site of the Capricorn Creek debris flow into Meager Creek, British Columbia.
A framed view of the massive landslide that cut off road access to the Meager Creek Hot Springs.
A typical BC scene -- forest, boulders, snow, and fog.
Hiking through a snowy clearcut on the way to Meager Creek Hot Springs near Pemberton, British Columbia.
A lone tree in the sediment-rich floodplain of the Upper Lillooet River near Pemberton, British Columbia.
Trail running after a late fall snowstorm in Garibaldi Provincial Park, Squamish, British Columbia.
Another view of the Atwell / Garibaldi complex after a late-fall storm. Squamish, British Columbia.