Put on your heavy jacket and strap into your boots, it’s ski season and it’s time to hit the mountain.
One of the hardest and best ski trips I ever embarked on was with the Outdoor Program to the Addie S. hut and surrounding backcountry territory. The YouTube video featured is a quick mix of the GoPro footage I got during the trip experience.
Mountain Photos 2015-2017
This was such a fun experience! Crested Butte has it’s annual Free Ski Opening day, so we climbed in the car at 5 a.m. and drove to the mountains. We all tore up the slopes together and enjoyed the scene downtown once the lifts closed for the day. I am SO GRATEFUL for my education at CMesaU for so many reasons, but the community of friends that I established here in the Western Slope is unforgettable. I am one lucky girl.
My brother is an amazing young man. Not only is he hard-working and a good listener, he also has a open mind and a heart made of pure gold. I feel so lucky to have him, even when I’m eating his powder all day. I love you, bro!
Another day full of snow, learning, laughing, and feeling so grateful for the fun adventures I find myself getting into.
May 27th, 2015 skiing on my 22nd birthday with my brother at A-Basin. I love skiing during summer, thank you Colorado.
My Dad, Myself, and my Brother, 2015.
Ron and Christopher, January 2017.
One of the best ski experiences of my life in Colorado’s backcountry. Staying at the Addie S. hut and skiing the deepest powder I’ve ever skied!
Ice climbing in Ouray, Colorado.
Christopher and I at Breck one beautiful day in December 2016.
This photo features Kevin Dame.I am loving these goggle reflection photos. And I had a superb time with good friends. I love Powderhorn Mountain.
Another beautiful and happy day, December 2016.
December 2016 in Breckenridge.
Skiing with new people is awesome. This photo features Billy & Tanner at Powderhorn Mountain. Blue bird conditions.
My last day skiing this season at Powderhorn & it was beautiful and majestic. Life is good.
Tess, Izzy, and myself taking a lunch break at Keystone, January 2017.
I was thrilled when one of my dear friends showed up in Crested Butte to celebrate the birthday weekend with us. Skiing is my favorite sport because of the time you get to spend with loved ones while doing something you simply love to do.
I woke up to the snow falling in Crested Butte. Can’t ask for much more than that.
Breck had to open a week later than they expected because of lack of snow. However, by the time they did open the snow was deep and the weather was sweet. My concentration this season is to work on my style; to make sure I am constantly improving and becoming a better snow athlete every day spent on the mountain
Snowmass is such an awesome mountain, the weather was beautiful and I got to spend time with the person who taught me how to ski all those years ago, my Dad. Oh, by the way – he broke his shoulder in three places this day.
Warming and drying the boots in the Addie S. hut.
Everyone was at Powderhorn on this warm day. I can’t help but to love the energy shredding with a bunch of other kooks gives to me. I’m so thankful for good friends & good mountains.
Unfortunately, after a great day of skiing my Dad ended the day (our last run) by breaking his humerus (arm bone below shoulder) in three places…My dad is an expert skier who hardly ever falls, but today (his 25th day this season) is his last for a while. Life is sweet & sour and all things weird and wonderful. Stay safe out there friends.
This shot was taken from the main ski lift at Powderhorn Mountain. It was strange and awesome skiing into near-blind conditions due to the fog.
Mount Hood, Timberline. February 13th. I love this mountain.