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“…is the ideal mountain bike life a simple matter of being all high fives and cold six packs at the trailhead every day? Does heaven need some Hell Riding to keep it in perspective?” Read Steve “Doom” Fassbinder’s “BROOKS RANGE TRAVERSE”. An account of a nine day fatbike / packraft traverse of Alaska’s Brooks Range.
At the end of a few days in the Wilderness even a warm beer soaked for a few minutes in a cool creek is mighty refreshing. Lakes Plateau, Absaroka-Beartooth Wilderness, September, 2009.
A ski track might be the most ephemeral and inoffensive imprint that mankind can leave in nature. This graceful evidence of a skier’s passing vanishes with the ensuing storm. Whether it esses down a deep-powder slope or slices a route across a vast plateau, a ski track represents harmony between man and wilderness. And theContinue Reading