Expedition Backcountry Adventures

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  • Could you act as a Wilderness First Responder?

    Scenario 3:00pm | You and your two friends just snapped epic summit photos on top of Crestone Peak on a beautiful fall afternoon. Sure the hike up was brutal, and you didn’t go as fast as you wanted, but you made it to the top and snapped the perfect selfie backdropped by the rugged Sangre […]

Expedition Backcountry Adventures

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Type: Blog Article

Generated 3 weeks ago

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  • Fully Alive

    Most nights when I hit the hay I carve out a few minutes to look back on the day. To reflect. Not just on my schedule and how it unfolded, but my conversations, decisions, emotions, and more. What was my “posture” today? I don’t mean physically. How did I face the day? What was my […]

  • Adventure of the Week: Ski Loveland Pass

    Having trouble seeing the video and map below? Try refreshing this page. Looking for a quick day out and some accessible backcountry turns? Look no further than Loveland Pass, CO. Before you go, make sure you’ve studied the avalanche forecast. If you don’t have any avalanche education, watch Know Before You Go. Loveland pass is most […]

  • Say YES to risk

    THE LINK BETWEEN TAKING RISKS AND TRANSFORMATION Growing up I was blessed to live near a huge park with woods you could get lost in and a creek that ran right through the middle. When I was around 10 years old, my friends and I made the discovery of a lifetime: a rope swing (see The […]

  • Do You Know Before You Go? #Avalanches

    It’s that time of year when the snow falls and the avalanche risk rises. When it comes to avalanches, what you don’t know absolutely can hurt you. From 1950-2007, avalanches were responsible for 221 fatalities in Colorado alone. While ski resorts spend millions of dollars on inbounds avalanche mitigation efforts, even ski resorts aren’t immune […]

  • So You Want a Job in the Outdoor Industry?

    Are you ready to land your dream job in the outdoor industry? Here are a few tips that are sure to help you land a job as a guide be it backpacking, rafting, climbing, or everything in between.  All of this advice comes from my personal experience. I have learned a lot in my progression […]

  • Snow Clothing and Winter Layering Part 2/3: Staying Warm & Dry

    Check out Part 1 on Basic Layering Principles, be sure to check it out here. Ever wonder how people survive (and thrive!) in cold temperatures when you feel like you can barely handle the brisk walk to the car? There is more to staying warm and dry than you might think. Continue reading to learn […]

  • Snow Clothing and Winter Layering Part 1/3 Basic Principles

    If just thinking about winter makes you cold inside, then keep on reading! Contrary to what your experiences may have taught you about winter, there is no reason that your winter layers shouldn’t keep you comfortable and warm on your next ski tour, ice climb, snowshoe journey, or lift ride. Take a journey to your […]

  • 3 REASONS LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT DOES NOT WORK WITHOUT SOUL CARE

    With the needs of younger employees shifting towards a greater emphasis on personal well being there is an unprecedented focus in the marketplace on leadership development. The mentoring and personal consulting industries are exploding, with many larger companies and organizations now employing full time “coaches” who meet regularly with employees in an effort to spur […]

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