Peak(s):  Torreys Peak  -  14,267 feet
Date Posted:  04/12/2010
Date Climbed:   04/11/2010
Author:  seekanddestroy99
 April in the Dead Dog Couloir   

It was an epic, epic day with cmanning01, Mantana, and Collin from All Mountain Access

Photo and Text TR

POV of skiing the Dead Dog


Comments or Questions

Oh, man.
04/13/2010 01:31
You should have never posted this. I am freaking jealous now. Way to get the goods! Totally awesome! Great POV too!


Well Done
04/13/2010 02:10
Nice POV. Such a great line so close and easy to get to.
Epic though? That line gets skied hundreds of times a year.


Yeah Buddy!
04/13/2010 02:18
So sick! Having ridden that line is far inferior snow conditions, I can understand why you dubbed it ”epic”. Nice job!


nice job
04/13/2010 03:31
hell yeah! that was f$%cking sweet!


04/13/2010 06:22
I‘m freaking drooling! Time for a road trip!


you lucky $%&*
04/13/2010 20:25
Nice POV, I envy those conditions, specially on a line like that.


04/14/2010 00:30
I‘ll agree to disagree. For me it‘s all about the down (even though I‘m not a fan of BD ski gear). I think we all agree the down part was pretty guhnarles at least (I‘ll try to find some new slang not posted all over TGR next time too). Good luck on Denali!


04/16/2010 20:31
Very cool to see your shadow making some quality turns


Thanks Everyone!
11/30/2010 17:28
Glad to provide the stoke, especially looking at the lack of gnar ski mountaineering going on this spring. More on the way!

doumall - see KansasBoarder's comment about the "epic" validity. I don't think it gets skied hundreds of times a year with 4 inches of soft goodness. Anyhow, mad props on your accomplishment last year, you set the bar pretty high for those of us stuck on the Front Range.

KansasBoarder - that Little Bear TR was sick! Mad props.


02/05/2011 00:22
Not to detract from a sweet ski, which it clearly was, but IMO ‘epic‘ resides at the edge of mountaineering progression. Back to the stoke (another overused term ).

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