Sleep In The Dirt

We’ve met some interesting folks over the years. Our Blog features some of their stories and a few of our own. Grab a drink and a headlamp, you’re going to be here awhile.

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Lake Blanche, Utah – Corey Kopischke

Employee Gear Picks

Stuff We Like
Our philosophy going into 2018: Get outside as much as possible. OK, boss, you got it! Here’s a snapshot at what some of our employees have planned and what they’ll have in their pack, boat, or truck bed for the experience: Read the rest

@bigagnes_

We've met some interesting folks over the years. Our Blog features some of their stories and a few of our own. Grab a drink and a headlamp, you're going to be here awhile. 

@bigagnes_

We've met some interesting folks over the years. Our Blog features some of their stories and a few of our own. Grab a drink and a headlamp, you're going to be here awhile. 

Up and Down Denali

Essays From the Field
One of the defining characteristics of climbing Denali is the long slog from Base Camp to Advanced Base Camp at 14,000 feet. A nearly 13-mile, 7,000-foot climb that is weighed down with the more than 120 pounds of fuel, food, camping equipment and climbing gear. Over the course of five days, we huffed, puffed and ski toured across a minefield of crevasses to reach 14K camp. Read the rest

Kellie Nelson’s Fat Pursuit

Essays From the Field
"Game day... I’ve got my work cut out for me. Two hundred wintry miles is serious business. There’s snow in the forecast here. There’s also an incredible energy here in Island Park. The camaraderie is thick. There’s a field of friends here, and this event continuously manages to attract some pretty special people. I consider myself lucky to be among them. Somehow, I am ready." Read the rest