altitude slickness


In an effort to kickstart this blog back into action, I present a quick vignette of a recent climbing trip to Washington’s Ozone area. A relatively new cragging destination, it’s a great mix of trad and sport routes with a super short approach and only 30 minutes from my door. I’ve hit it twice in …

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Scraping Snow King

Nothing like a little altitude gain to both humble and inspire at the same time. A recent project had resulted in the acquisition of a Burton S-Series splitboard and I took it out on its maiden voyage yesterday in Jackson. Snow King is the local in-town hill up there and in spite of the recent …

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10 Seconds in the Tetons

Not an actual trip report per se, but an enjoyable morning in Grand Teton National Park with the family. I’ve got some more photos stashed away back here somewhere I’ll be getting processed soon, but thought this little snippet was worth sharing out of sequence anyways. 10 Seconds in the Tetons from sethsquatch on Vimeo.

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The Jenny Lake Experiment

Last June my friend Hamish Tear and I spent the morning out on Jenny Lake in order to take a few shots from the middle of the water. It was tough to get the shots lined up because of the waves from the shuttle boats, but I think it was worth it just to get …

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An Update of Sorts

It’s been a while. I’m behind a bit in posting both trips and photos, but hopefully can catch up in the next week or so. There’s a trip into the Wind Rivers with the kids to post, and a little hike up Mt. Rainier to write up, so please stay tuned. I’m planning on a …

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