Just dreaming of more shenanigans to come @squawalpine this week now that KT-22 is open. .
Shirley did not disappoint for its opening day, so what’s gonna go down this week!? @profahoben killing it
Lets go skiing, @franckguide74 said! The rest is history 😳 I remember climbing this last part of the 50 degree couloir thinking this is not a joke anymore. Making any errors here would have taken me for a pretty serious ride.
At least we were not going down the same route - so i thought.. "i hope you know jump turns Hansi - because of the fog we need to change our plan and ski back down ". Well, i learned jump turns that day ✌
La clusaz is pretty special to me.
This past trip to Canada was with out a doubt the most fruitful photography trip I have been on so far. I’m trying to figure out if the light was incredible every day or I’m just getting a little bit more persistent as time goes on to find amazing light. Who knows but I’m all smiles:)
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I heard Palisades opened @squawalpine. I’m just at home, nursing a cold and repairing lenses, and aggressively FOMOING ON THE COUCH. Oh, my sweet, sweet, cliffs of doom. We will see you soon. Yes, we will see you soon.
The rocks are slowly getting covered. More snow on the way later this weekend and early next week 👌🏼 ⛷ #andreworlich
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Reading the @powdermagazine article about @hilareenelson and @jimwmorrison’s ski descent of the Lhotse Couloir and found this incredible quote from Jim that explains my sentiment towards walking down perfectly. "As a skier and a climber, you get to where you're like, 'I don't want to walk down this mountain.' I've climbed a lot of mountains that I've had to walk down. And it's pretty awful. Going downhill is by far the most physically demanding part of all of it. It's hard, and, from our perspective, kinda crazy. Ideally, you should ski that shit." 🙏🏼 if you haven’t read the whole article, go check it out!