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“Party Line”— Whether you’re in the mood for a beer and barbecue, a dance party, or a shot of adrenaline, these nine events are a guaranteed blast.  Outside Magazine, June 2019

“Party Line”— Whether you’re in the mood for a beer and barbecue, a dance party, or a shot of adrenaline, these nine events are a guaranteed blast.

Outside Magazine, June 2019

“Child’s Play” — From a barrier island off South Carolina’s coast to a remote ski town in British Columbia, we’ve rounded up our favorite family-friendly adventures,  Outside Magazine, May 2019

“Child’s Play” — From a barrier island off South Carolina’s coast to a remote ski town in British Columbia, we’ve rounded up our favorite family-friendly adventures,

Outside Magazine, May 2019

“ Trevor Kennison: The Skier Everyone is Talking About ” — He was paralyzed in a snowboarding accident in 2014. That didn’t stop him from checking off his dream of skiing Jackson Hole’s legendary Corbet’s Couloir this winter.  REI Co-opo Journal, April 2019

Trevor Kennison: The Skier Everyone is Talking About” — He was paralyzed in a snowboarding accident in 2014. That didn’t stop him from checking off his dream of skiing Jackson Hole’s legendary Corbet’s Couloir this winter.

REI Co-opo Journal, April 2019

“No Fall Terrain” — After a skier drops into his favorite line near Lake Tahoe, California, things to terribly wrong.  Backcountry Magazine, March ’19

“No Fall Terrain” — After a skier drops into his favorite line near Lake Tahoe, California, things to terribly wrong.

Backcountry Magazine, March ’19



Several people didn’t have crampons, and others were using trekking poles instead of an ice ax. It felt as if everyone had raided an REI and landed here, posing as mountaineers. As we inched closer to the bottom of the Chute, I watched in horror as three hikers toppled head over heels hundreds of feet down the 30-degree, ice-covered slope, none able to self-arrest.


From Outside’s “Mount Whitney is an Overcrowded Catastrophe.” Read More →


Jerry was flawed, but he wasn't a monster. He raised me from age four to 13, and even though his death gave my family a twisted kind of peace, I still loved him. I want to know what happened to him and, more important, why.

From Outside’s “In a House by the River.” Read More →