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Any way up

Pamela Shanti Pack’s climbing career was supposed to be over—until she found a different way to reach the top of her sport

Any way up

Pamela Shanti Pack sat in a Colorado emergency room, thinking her climbing days were done. Just hours after her ice-climbing partner had pried her clenched hands off her ice axes,

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Lab rats

A sometimes uncomfortably intimate look at Montana’s cutting-edge athlete-performance research facility, and its contagiously enthusiastic leader, Dr. Brent Ruby

Lab rats

As we wait for the heat chamber to warm up, Brent Ruby and his senior researchers, John Cuddy and Walter Hailes, regale me with stories of misadventure in the measurement

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Location Updates

  • Re: Lolo Pass

    • Great spring skiing on March 16. Even though a lot of snow has melted in…

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Skiing Washington Pass

Jun 23, 2014

The North Cascades are as close as the Beartooths.John LehrmanRay Peak [jump] On return from Seattle and celebrating a graduation,...

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Grey Wolf Peak Circumnaviagtion

Jun 2, 2014

A steep climb out of a bowl to a snowy plateau and ridgeline brought us as close to Grey Wolf as we would get that day and a good look at the summit run, which looked steep and scary from that angle.

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Blodgett Canyon Climbing

Jun 2, 2014

Ben and I headed out from the Blodgett Climbing Ranch for two days of attaching to some solid 5.10 multi pitch routes.

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Voile Vector BCs

Mar 14, 2014

Doing long canyon tours in the Bitterroots is one of my backcountry ski passions, but the long slog into...

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Sick of the Cold? Check out this mask designed by a Montana hunter

Dec 21, 2013

John B. Sullivan III, CEO of ColdAvenger, was sick of the standard face mask fogging up his goggles and getting wet from breathing. So he invented something better.

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