Creeksgiving

rock climbing Indian Creek

“STEAK AND EGGS!” – The ever fabled “Creeksgiving” is an event known in the climbing community as a Thanksgiving celebration held annually among the infamous Wingate Sandstone splitters of Indian Creek. The tradition has been going on for many years, drawing in dirtbags from all over the country to areas like the Superbowl, The Creek […]

Scarpa Mont Blanc GTX Boots

ince climbing steamboat springs colorado

Scarpa Mont Blanc GTX Boots – Are you getting amped up for winter and excited for alpine peaks and water ice climbs? Need something to keep your feet warm without sacrificing performance and adding on a bunch of unnecessary weight? Look no further then the Mont Blanc GTX from Scarpa. This technical mountaineering boot is […]

Petzl Ice Tools

Nomic Quark Petzl Ice Tools

Petzl Nomic & Quark Ice Tools – As many of us have noticed, it’s starting to look more like winter in the Yampa Valley and Steamboat Springs. With the shorter days, colder temps, and powder flurries one aspiring alpinist is spending more time drooling over drooling; dry tooling, as it was once coined by the […]

Ski Town Vacation…

Eldorado Canyon, CO

Climbing Paradise: Boulder – Where do people from a ski town vacation? Often I hear of people making work-free journeys to places like Moab and the Utah desert, Yellowstone, the peaks of Montana, Hawaii or an even more remote exotic beach. I had several work-free days this past week and instead of escaping into one […]

Motivation to Climb

Cougar Crack

Just do it! – Yesterday morning as storm clouds and heavy fog loomed over the Yampa Valley it seemed harder than normal to find motivation to climb. A day earlier, inclement  weather and a few lost hunters put the kibosh on a 2 day adventure to Vedauwoo with my friend, active Search and Rescue member […]

Beautiful Days of Climbing

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Sarvis Creek Domes – The other day I was able to get out climbing with two of my favorite people in the world, Patrick and Kevin. We decided on climbing up at the Domes because nothing beats the Sarvis Creek Wilderness area on a crisp clear September afternoon. The contrast of the cloudless Colorado blue […]

Ski Haus 45th Annual Fall Super Sale

Ski Haus Super Sale

Save on Winter – Save on Summer – The Ski Haus 45th Annual Fall Super Sale is scheduled for October 10, 11, 12, 2014. This sale is the best of both worlds. Enjoy sale prices on closeout summer merchandise and discounts on new gear and clothing for winter 14/15. Our entire inventory will be on […]

Climbing the Spearhead in RMNP

Spearhead RMNP

Last week, I had the opportunity to get out and climb Sharkstooth in the Rocky Mountain National Park. After this amazing experience, I was left in wonder-lust over late season high alpine rock climbing. A few days after getting up the tooth I found myself bellied up at the newest watering hole in Steamboat (The […]

Rocky Mountain National Park Climbing

Rocky Moutain National Park

Climbing in RMNP – Labor Day has come and gone. The end of summer and the dawn of a new season are just around the corner. To top off this late summer climbing season I had my first true alpine adventure in Rocky Mountain National Park. Me and my good friend and climbing partner, Dan, […]

The Domes

The Domes

Domes Days! – The Domes. It’s finally August and the Yampa Valley is as lush and green as the Emerald Isle. The snow has melted off the passes, for the most part, and summer is cruising along. In addition to the start of August comes the opening of the best climbing area near Steamboat Springs, […]