|By jlr1485 |
Jan 3, 2013
Anyone have any good suggestions for ski mountaineering routes for people new to the sport but have taken some courses. Looking for suggestions Colorado, washington, northeast...
|By Andrew Gram |
From Salt Lake City, UT
Jan 4, 2013
How well do you ski - especially in tough conditions, and how solid is your avalanche training? That makes all the difference. Have you spent much time backcountry touring?
A good way to get started is to ski Cascade volcanoes in the late spring/early summer. St Helens is a good starter, and then the South Slopes on Mt Adams. SW Chutes on Adams are also great and a bit steeper. Haven't been down to Shasta yet but that is next on my list.
|By Just Solo |
From Colorado Springs
Mar 11, 2013
Well if you want more info than you could imagine check out www.wildsnow.com. Lou Dawson's website/blog. Have fun, go crazy...