SKI DAY #50!!! – Solitude Ski Modeling

Tuesday February 11th, following some great weekend skiing, I got the invite from Tim Roberts to shoot some photos and video at Solitude. We spend the morning hiking and skiing Evergreen and Summit. We got some great shots on the usually sun-crusted slopes of EGP. Here’s Tim’s video from that day. Viewer beware!!! Lots of […]

Ski Day #49

I left work around noon to ski what was left of the storm at Canyons Resort. I skied a lap on 9900, stopping to take a photo with photographer Bekah Stevens. Rob and I then spent the rest of the day looking for future powder stashes off the Condor Lift. We found a couple and […]

2013-2014 – Ski Edit #7 – Getting RAD With Conrad

Me trying to hang with Conrad Nagel at Solitude Resort in Utah. With storm totals at 20″+, we skied some pow, jumped some rocks and ripped laps on Powderhorn and Summit Lifts. Best inbounds powder day of the season so far.

Ski Day #48 – Getting Rad With Conrad At Solitude

It snowed for a couple days and I blew off work to ski the morning with Conrad and friends. I only get a few days a year to ski with Conrad. I’m old enough now that I don’t know if my body can handle any more than that anyways. We spent the morning getting first […]

Ski Day #47 / Ski Edit #6 – After Work Honeycomb… Wait It Closes At 3?!?

I finished my Friday shift at 1:45pm and took off to storm ski some new snow at Solitude. I got to Summit lift and instead of dropping into Honeycomb Canyon, I went for a quick lap on Cathedral. By the time I had reached the top of Summit for a second lap, patrol had closed […]

2013-2014 – Ski Edit #4: Best 6 Inch Storm Ever!!!!!!

A storm forecast of 16″ never materialized and I was quick to write off the storm as a dud. With a morning off and having already commited to hiking some backcountry, Sam, Brandon and I set off for Canyons. We were rewarded with the deepest 4″ storm ever. With another couple of inches overnight, we […]

Ski Day #46

Storm totals reached six inches before the the skies turned bluebird and a large Powder Posse assembled for a backcountry tour from Canyons. We skied a couple laps on West Monitor before finishing the day with a run down Powder Puff. Beautiful bluebird day, a fun crew, and up to a foot of blower pow. […]

2013-2014 Ski Edit #3 – Best 4 Inch Storm Ever!

¬†Feb 4th, 2014. A 16 inch forecast produced only four inches of new snow at Canyons. Despite the “dud” storm mostly missing the Wasatch, Brandon, Sam and I went for a few hikes in the Canyons Backcountry. I think we were all a little shocked when we took turns dropping in on the deepest 4″ […]

Ski Day #45

A big storm underproduced according to the snow reports, but Sam, Brandon and I made our way into the backcountry via Canyons Resort. The four inches of new snow skied a lot deeper than expected and we had a phenomenal powder day in the backcountry.