Huntington Ravine Ski Mountaineering in December 2013 SKIING

December 2013 issue of SKIING magazine. Section of the "Adventure Guide" about ski mountaineering in Huntington Ravine, written by Brian Irwin. Full page photo is ...
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January/February 2014 AMC Outdoors

Tranquil Trails by Jennifer Lamphere Roberts. Thanks to Meghan, Dave, Val, and Jennifer for skiing.
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To the Extremes: The Geology of Adventure in the White Mountains

Plymouth State University’s Museum of the White Mountains, in collaboration with Mount Washington Observatory, present To the Extremes: The Geology of Adventure in the White ...
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Framed 8×32 Mount Washington Panoramic

I just picked this up from Vintage Frameworks the other day and took some photos before it gets shipped out. The photo is a sunrise ...
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Print Auction for Kismet Rock Foundation on Facebook

I'm running a print auction to benefit Kismet Rock Foundation, please visit Brian Post Photography on Facebook for details and to bid.
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Mount Washington Panoramic

Mount Washington panoramic and Chris Davenport print at Matty B’s

I just installed a display at Matty B's Mountainside Cafe. The photo is a panoramic of the east side of Mount Washington and the display ...
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Framed Mount Washington Panoramic

Framed Mount Washington Panoramic

Here is a photo of a framed print that I'm delivering today. The photo is the east side of Mount Washington with the major features ...
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Chris Davenport skiing The Chute

Backcountry Magazine – Chris Davenport skiing The Chute in Tuckerman Ravine

I'm psyched to have my first photo published in Backcountry Magazine. Check out the January 2012 issue (Volume 17 Issue 84) for a photo of ...
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Conway Daily Sun on 12/15/2011

“Like There’s No Tomorrow” by Warren Miller Films showing on Friday 12/16/2011

This past March, I spent just under a week camped below Tuckerman Ravine on Mount Washington to shoot still photos for the film Like There's ...
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Jackson Winter Panoramic

Jackson Winter Panoramic

I worked with Badger Realty in January and February of 2011 to create a winter panoramic view of Jackson Village and the surrounding mountains. They ...
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Diagonal Gully

Early April was the prime spring skiing period on Mount Washington in 2011. The snowpack was solid and the weather was stable before a significant ...
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2011 Mount Washington Valley Ice Fest: Face Off

Time-lapse photography from the Face Off climbing competition at the 2011 Mount Washington Valley Ice Fest.
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Fifty Classic Ski Descents of North America

There is a new book out that features some of my skiing and scenic photos from Mount Washington, Fifty Classic Ski Descents of North America. ...
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Fang and Bragg Pheasant at Frankenstein Cliffs.

New Hampshire Ice – In and then Out

Fang (L) and the Bragg Pheasant (R) at Frankenstein Cliffs in Crawford Notch, New Hampshire on December 11, 2010. These routes are now gone after ...
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Sunset and moon in Zion National Park.

Zion and Red Rocks | November 2010

November is often a good time to travel out of New Hampshire because it's getting too cold to rock climb, it's not cold enough for ...
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Aerial view of Cathedral Ledge and Whitehorse Ledge.

October Flight

I took a scenic flight over the North Conway, NH area on October 13, 2010. I bid on and won this flight during a silent ...
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Mount Washington Observatory's Executive Director, Scot Henley. Photo by Brian Post.

2010 New Hampshire Magazine It List

In a early October, I photographed the Mount Washington Observatory's Executive Director, Scot Henley, for the 2010 New Hampshire Magazine It List. The magazine describes ...
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VMC Direct Direct

Andy Tuthill leading the 2nd pitch (5.10+) of the VMC Direct Direct on Cannon Cliff in Franconia Notch, New Hampshire.Photo Details: Panasonic Lumix LX3, 1/400s ...
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The Beast

You probably won't find this technique in a basic rock climbing book. Erik Eisele stashing his helmet to facilitate upward progress in The Beast (5.11+) ...
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Mountaineer’s Route

This route drops directly off the summit of Mount Webster and I've heard it called the Mountaineer's Route. I've always looked up when driving through ...
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Shoestring Gully

Jim Surette and I were able to ski the entire route without rappelling (had to ski around one ice bulge) due to recent storms (w/ ...
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Landslide Gully

Erik Nelson skiing a variation at the top of Landslide Gully on Mount Webster in Crawford Notch, New Hampshire. Photo Details: Canon 5D w/ EF ...
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Gulf of Slides sunrise

Sunrise over the Gulf of Slides on Mount Washington from Wildcat Ski Area, New Hampshire. Photo Details: Canon 5D on Manfrotto 055CX PRO tripod, EF ...
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New Mount Washington Panoramics

On March 16, 2010 I skinned up Wildcat to photograph the east side of Mount Washington before the spring thaw came. While it wasn't a ...
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Cannon Bolts

Most rock climbers know to be cautious when climbing on Cannon Cliff, but this is underscored when you see loose talus with bolts in place. ...
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Nobody Walks in LA

Bernadette Regan on Nobody Walks in LA (5.9). December 15, 2009. Joshua Tree National Park, California.Photo Details: Panasonic Lumix LX3 in 16:9 ratio format, 1/800s ...
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South Gully

Ryman McLane telemark skiing the apron below South Gully in Huntington Ravine on Mount Washington, New Hampshire. Yale and Damnation gullies are in the background.Photo ...
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2010 Ice Fest Amateur Photo Contest

I was asked to help judge the 2010 Ice Fest (hosted by IMCS in North Conway, NH) Amateur Photo Contest, you can sign up and ...
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60f & Sunny or 35f & Rain?

I'll take 60f & Sunny. I just returned from a two week climbing trip in California and Arizona. While there were a couple days with ...
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December travel plans…

I will be traveling in the Southwest US from approximately 12/7 through 12/24 with very limited internet and cell phone access. If you need to ...
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Touchstone Vertical Panoramic

This photo is of the rock climbing route Touchstone Wall (V 5.8 C2 or 5.13b) on the Cerberus Gendarme cliff in Zion National Park, Utah. ...
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Sail Away

February 7, 2006. Andy Hale on the classic 5.8 crack, Sail Away, in Joshua Tree National Park, California.Photo Details: Nikon D70 w/ 17-55mm f/2.8 lens ...
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Penitentes and Glacial Ice on Kilimanjaro

Heading way back into the archives, this photo is from March of 1999. Taken near the summit of Mount Kilimanjaro (19,340') in Tanzania, you're looking ...
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Flakes, Jugs, and Splitters

*Update* Sarah's book Flakes, Jugs, and Splitters won Best Book in the Mountain Exposition category at the 2009 Banff Mountain Film Festival!Flakes, Jugs, and Splitters ...
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Stairs Mountain

Venus and Moon over Stairs Mountain, New Hampshire, 08/07/2005.Photo Details: Nikon D2X on tripod w/ 70-200mm AF-S VR lens @ 200mm, 1.3s @ f/2.8 and ...
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Central Couloir II

Ryman McLane descending the middle section of Central Couloir on Mount Webster in Crawford Notch, NH. Mount Willey in the background.Photo Details: Canon 30D w/ ...
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Central Couloir

With over a foot of snow in the mountains and winds well over 100mph on Mount Washington, it seems like winter has finally arrived in ...
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Recompense and Beyond

Climber and photographer Anne Skidmore rock climbing the route Recompense (5.9) on Cathedral Ledge in North Conway, New Hampshire. Anne's birthday is today, so you ...
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In Two Weeks

The large granite dome on the right is The Sheepshead in Cochise Stronghold, Arizona. I'll be flying to Arizona in exactly two weeks and hope ...
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Day and Night at Greenleaf

05/20/2005: Helicopter from JBI Helicopter Services bringing supplies to the AMC's Greenleaf Hut on Mount Lafayette in Franconia Notch, New Hampshire.Photo Details: Nikon D70 w/ ...
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VTFO

David Crichton in the halfpipe at the 2004 Vermont Freeskiing Open.Photo Details: Nikon D2H w/ 17-35mm f/2.8 lens @ 17mm, 1/2500s @ f/5.6 and ISO ...
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Schouler Park

Heading back into the archives again, this photo is from July 29, 2004. The location is Shouler Park in North Conway, New Hampshire during a ...
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Dracula

My ice climbing gear is still packed away as I'm writing this post. That's because this November has been sunny and warm in northern New ...
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Bryce Hoodoos

Hoodoos in Bryce Canyon National Park.Photo Details: Nikon D2X w/ 70-200 f/2.8 AF-S VR @ 200mm, 1/100s @ f/8 and ISO 200.
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Diagonal

Ryman McLane telemark skiing a steep gully near Tuckerman Ravine on Mount Washington. I've heard this gully called either Diagonal or Stovepipe and it's located ...
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Kismet

Kismet Rock Foundation is a non-profit based out of North Conway, New Hampshire. Here is the mission statement from the website:Kismet Rock Foundation (KRF) offers ...
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Mount Eisenhower Sunset

This photo was taken during an amazing sunset in September of 2001, the main peak on the right is Mount Eisenhower in the southern Presidential ...
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49:24

This is Tom Danielson setting the course record (49:24) during the Mount Washington Bicycle Hillclimb on August 24, 2002. Some stats for the course:-7.6 miles-4720 ...
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Pinball Alley

I'm not sure if this drainage has been skied before? It probably has, but it's fun to check out unknown terrain. Photo is from February ...
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The View from 30,000′

I believe these are the Big Horn mountains in northern Wyoming, photo taken on September 8, 2008.Photo Details: Canon Digital Rebel XTi w/ EF-S 17-55mm ...
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King Ravine

Dave Murphy skiing a King Ravine gully on Mount Adams in the northern Presidential Range in New Hampshire. April 9, 2008.Photo Details: Canon 5D w/ ...
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Night in Zion

This photo has a bit of grain/noise in it, but that's the image quality tradeoff when taking long exposures with a small camera. You're looking ...
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Dusk and Moon at Dead Horse Point

December 25, 2004. After sunset at Dead Horse Point State Park in southern Utah.Photo Details: Nikon D70 on tripod w/ 70-200mm f/2.8 VR lens with ...
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Spider Rock

Canyon de Chelly in northeast Arizona on March 18, 2007. Spider Rock is the obvious tower on the left. It has been climbed, but is ...
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White Mountains Powder

Although it's a multi-hour approach, I'm not going to name this location in order to keep it under the radar. Ryman McLane telemark skiing some ...
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Cabezon Peak

It's a cool and cloudy day in Jackson, New Hampshire so here's a February 23, 2006 photo from Cabezon Peak in New Mexico. Cabezon Peak ...
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Small Town Politics

One of the benefits of living in northern New Hampshire is being able to walk into the local high school gymnasium with a professional camera ...
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Star Lake

Star Lake on June 4, 2005. Located at 4896' in the col between Mount Madison and Mount Adams in the Northern Presidential Range of New ...
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Edge of the World

October 9, 2006: Rob Frost climbing Edge of the World (5.13c) on Cathedral Ledge in New Hampshire.Photo Details: Nikon D2X w/ 17-55mm DX lens, 1/250s ...
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Endeavor

Fall foliage is reaching peak in many areas of northern New Hampshire and there's no better way to view it than on a cliff.Jess Charpentier ...
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October Snow

Don't jump in your car and start driving north just yet; this is from October 26, 2005. Two skiers skinning up Wildcat Ski Area in ...
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The Winds

Does camping get much better than this? This is the spot where I spent a week in August 2006 in the Wind River Range of ...
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El Cap Meadow

Taken on a moonlit night on October 14, 2005 in Yosemite National Park, California. Friends of mine relaxing in El Cap Meadow below El Capitan ...
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Tux

Many areas of New England recorded their first snowfall in the past few days; so I thought a winter teaser photo from March 10, 2009 ...
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Grand Teton National Park

This is a pretty average landscape photo, but you'll have to excuse me because I was trying to catch a flight out of KJAC. Looking ...
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Horseshoe Bend

Taken in March 2007, this is Horseshoe Bend on the Colorado River just outside of Page, Arizona. It's located downstream from the Glen Canyon Dam ...
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Cochise Stronghold

I was looking through my archive of photos from 2006 and came across this series of photos taken at the popular climbing area of Cochise ...
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Skookumchuck Brook

I thought about not naming this location because backcountry skiers usually like to keep their "stashes" secret. But to be honest, the skiing in this ...
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Summit At Night

Summit of Mount Washington on a moonlit night, showing the summit sign and Mount Washington Observatory tower. February 2004.Photo Details: Nikon film SLR and Fuji ...
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2003 Aurora Borealis

The Aurora Borealis (Northern Lights) was very active in the Fall of 2003. I remember sleeping out on my deck one night and taking photos; ...
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Fall in the Alpine Zone

Fall colors on the Alpine Garden Trail, September 24, 2009.After staring at the computer for most of the morning yesterday I had to get outside ...
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Fireworks

July 2002 at the Mount Washington Hotel in Bretton Woods, New Hampshire.Photo Details: Nikon SLR film camera, Fuji slide film, tripod, and guessing on exposure ...
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Furtwängler Glacier

Heading back even further in the archives, this photo was taken in March of 1999. You are looking at the Furtwängler Glacier in the summit ...
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80 Miles

The name of this post represents the approximate distance from Mount Washington in New Hampshire to Camel's Hump in Vermont (I think it might be ...
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Presidential Range Sunset, Rime, and Undercast

Things have been a little quiet around here, but I want to change that. Introducing Photo Of The Day, I'm going to make an attempt ...
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2009 Online auction to benefit HEAR in New Hampshire

HEAR in New Hampshire is a school for deaf and hard of hearing children. They are holding an online auction, that opens today, to benefit ...
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Winter hiking on Mount Washington

In mid December I joined writer Keith Mulvihill and climbing guide Paul Cail for a day trip up Mount Washington. This was for an article ...
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Recent framed and canvas prints

I've had a stack of prints sitting on a shelf for about a year, mostly landscapes from various trips. I finally got around to getting ...
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Mount Washington – east side panoramic

I recently had a friend who was interested in ordering a photo of Mount Washington, so I dug through my archives and came across two ...
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Fall 2008

Colors at a wedding in southern Vermont.
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New Hampshire Department of Travel and Tourism ad

The NH Department of Travel and Tourism chose this rock climbing image for an advertisement promoting outdoor sports in the state. The ad will appear ...
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Online auction to benefit HEAR in New Hampshire

HEAR in New Hampshire is a school for deaf and hard of hearing children. They are holding an online auction to benefit the school and ...
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Online auction to benefit HEAR in New Hampshire

HEAR in New Hampshire is a school for deaf and hard of hearing children. They are holding an online auction to benefit the school and ...
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Mailing Address

Just a quick note that I've changed my mailing address. It is now: Brian Post PO Box 174 Jackson, NH 03846 There won't be a ...
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The Art of Climbing

The Art of Climbing is a fund raising event that will benefit the Kismet Rock Foundation and Salyards Center for the Arts. It's being held ...
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"The City That Trees Built"

I borrowed that phrase from a sign as you enter Berlin, New Hampshire. For more than a century, the economy of northern New Hampshire has ...
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Rock and Ice #161

If you're walking by a book store or outdoor gear shop, check out the July 2007 issue of Rock and Ice magazine. Local climber and ...
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East Peak of Mount Osceola

A few photos from a ski day trip this past February 2007.
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Canoeing Lake Umbagog

Lake Umbagog stretches across the northern New Hampshire/Maine border. It's home to bald eagles, moose, and the largest nesting concentration of common loons in New ...
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Donald Hall: 14th Poet Laureate Consultant in Poetry

In June of 2006, Donald Hall was announced as the 14th Poet Laureate Consultant in Poetry by the Library of Congress. This photograph was taken ...
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Gear testing on Mount Lafayette

Mike Quist Kautz hiking the Greenleaf Trail on Mount Lafayette in Franconia Notch, New Hampshire.
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Back in New Hampshire

It took 2700 miles of driving, but I'm back in Jackson, New Hampshire after spending the winter in Santa Fe, New Mexico.
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Mount Washington Resort at Bretton Woods: Wedding and Events

I received a package in the mail the other day containing the Weddings and Events brochure for the Mount Washington Resort at Bretton Woods, New ...
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Santa Fe Workshops, New Mexico

Being a photographer, spending a winter in Santa Fe wouldn't be complete without some continuing education at the Santa Fe Workshops. I took a portrait ...
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Ben Eiseman 10th Mountain Division Hut near Vail, Colorado

This backcountry skiing experience entailed a hearty approach of 7 miles, 3000' of vertical, and decent sized packs (did I really need to bring the ...
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Bandelier National Monument, Jemez Mountains, New Mexico

Took a quick trip to Bandelier National Monument in early March. Bandelier is near White Rock and Los Alamos, New Mexico. This image is from ...
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Joshua Tree

Joshua Tree National Park in California is approximately an 11 hour drive from Santa Fe and is one of the best winter rock climbing destinations ...
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Finally some snow…

...but not in Santa Fe. We had to drive 6 hours to find it, but Colorado delivered. Rode the lifts at Vail for two days ...
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Tucson, AZ climbing…

It's pretty cool that in the dead of winter you can drive a bit and experience summer temperatures (or at least what summer temps mean ...
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Enchanted Tower and the VLA

Drove down to the Socorro and Datil area of central New Mexico this past week. Climbed at Box Canyon near Socorro and the Enchanted Tower ...
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White Sands

Headed down to White Sands National Monument this past week. It's an incredible place to visit with some great camping, photography opportunities, and short hikes.
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November Snow

It's been fairly dry in Santa Fe since I've been here. Locals have remarked that last year was one of the best snow years in ...
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Cathedral at sunrise…

I set my alarms for just before 5am this morning, the plan was to meet Anne and Janet at Cathedral Ledge (North Conway, NH) to ...
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2006 Climbing Magazine Weekly Engagement Calendar

An image of Larry Robjent climbing Cascase Ice Dance (WI4) in Cascade Pass, Adirondacks was published in the opening pages.
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