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Success!

In Mountains, Skiing, Snow, Travel by Josh Pearlman

We are thrilled to report that after a 12:30 am start, we summited El Pico de Orizaba (18,491’) at 10:30 am on March 16th. No thanks to the punks that …

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Time Out…

In Mountains, Travel by ACFA

So the weather isn’t exactly cooperating. In Tlachichuca at 8000 ft, there are rumors of a foot of snow and 40-60 mph winds at the Piedra Grande Hut at 14000 …

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Mexico Bound

In Mountains, Skiing, Travel by ACFA

Three hectic days of packing, repacking, and more packing. We thought we had all the bags right at 50 pounds. Not so much. Guess that borrowed bathroom scale actually was …

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Banzai!

In Mountains, Skiing, Snow by Josh Pearlman

I’m standing in the gate, looking down a 20’ freefall leading into 1,200’ of bumps, jumps, berms, gates, and gullies that make up this exciting course. Daron Rahlves himself walks …

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Bench Hut

In Mountains, Skiing, Snow by Josh Pearlman

The Sawtooth Mountains in Central Idaho are nothing short of spectacular. Reminiscent of the Eastern Sierra, they offer soaring granite spires and peaks, hundreds of alpine lakes formed by long …

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Back From Up North

In Mountains, Skiing, Snow by Josh Pearlman

Well the trip was amazing: four states, three inbounds ski areas, and three different backcountry areas. I rode 14 out of 17 days; the other three I was driving. Needless to …

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Ski Road Trippin

In Mountains, Skiing, Snow by ACFA

Welcome to A Cause For Adventure! Celebrating our very first post, Josh will be heading north. First to Southern Idaho, the Bench Hut in the Sawtooth Range specifically, to posse …