Guide to Ski Boots

By Karly Osten

August 26, 2022

Guide to Ski Boots

Get ready to take a deep dive into the world of ski boots and how to find your perfect pair for comfortable skiing all season! Regardless of what you’ve been told, ski boots should provide all day comfort without experiencing aches, pains, numbness, or tingling.

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Late Summer Pahto Ski Mission

By Ben McKinley

August 10, 2022

Late Summer Pahto Ski Mission

Mountain Shop Ambassador, Ben McKinley, and his friend Andy Lindblade, set out to ski the West Ridge of Pahto with a plan to ascend the South Spur Route. In the end, they climbed close to 8,000’, traveled over 16 miles and were in the field for about 10 hours. The perfect ending to a most memorable ski mountaineering season.

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Trip Report | North Sister, South Ridge

By Karly Osten

June 26, 2022

Trip Report | North Sister, South Ridge

North Sister: The spiciest of the 3, she did not disappoint with gut wrenching drop offs, a long approach, and beautiful views.

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Trip Report | Biking and Skiing McKenzie Pass

By Karly Osten

June 18, 2022

Trip Report | Biking and Skiing McKenzie Pass

Biking McKenzie Pass to ski Black Crater - what a great half-day adventure!

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A Beginners Guide to Rollerskiing by Teacup Nordic

By Teacup Nordic

June 12, 2022

A Beginners Guide to Rollerskiing by Teacup Nordic

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Gear Review | 2023 Rossignol BlackOps 98

By Rob Adamowski

April 7, 2022

Gear Review | 2023 Rossignol BlackOps 98

The Rossignol BlackOps 98 (Night 182) is a truly versatile “one-ski” option that rose to the surface as one of the best skis tested this year!

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Trip Report | Skiing Across the Enchantments a.k.a Suffering in Paradise

By Seth Goldstein

March 17, 2022

Trip Report | Skiing Across the Enchantments a.k.a Suffering in Paradise

The sufferfest that is skiing in the enchantments in winter!

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Breaking Down Barriers to Nordic Skiing

By Nazanin Ghoddousi and Catherine Jäger

January 27, 2022

Breaking Down Barriers to Nordic Skiing

It’s no secret that snow sports (like all recreational sports) have barriers for specific communities. These barriers are often rooted in systemic racism, discrimination, and oppression of racialized groups. Catherine Jager and I, Nazanin Ali, wanted to help change that in nordic skiing this last season.

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