1. Silver City Ale: BC Brewing Hut Trip


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    Aspen Brewing Company and Strafe Outerwear embarked on a wild adventure to the Taggert and Green Wilson huts early in April. This video gives you an idea of the brewing, riding, touring and absolute good times that were had. Check it out and don't forget to visit www.aspenbrewingcompany.com and www.strafeouterwear.com

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    • Subjektiv


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      Roman and Marco heading out for a two day ski trip in the beautiful swiss alps. Music: RL Burnside "Going Down South" Edit: Marco Tribelhorn

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      • Lindley Hut Trip


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        Editor: Bryce Okazaki Song: Broadcast 2000 - Get Up and Go Photos Taken by Bryce Okazaki

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        • Battle Abbey 2015


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          Zak, Dave, Vatche, Matt and Jeff. Showing that past your prime is a relative term! Working title for theaters of "Broke Back Country" and "Back country for old men" tested poorly with audiences so the descriptive title of Battle Abbey was used for this adventure deep into the canadian rockies.

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          • Shredding the Gnar: Seventh Grade hut trip


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            Seventh Grade Outdoor Education hut trip January 2015

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            • Janet's Cabin


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              Here is a run from Janet's Cabin from 04/30/14. We had some surprise powder for the spring trip.

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              • A Community Journey


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                A yoga community overnight trip to the Sangree M. Froelicher Hut in the 10th Mountain Hut System outside of Leadville Colorado Music Credit: Song: Daydream Artist: Tycho

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                • Tour Du Mont Blanc By Bike


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                  Highlights of our 5 day hut tour around Mont Blanc in June 2013. 1000 metre hike-a-bikes have been edited out! Riders are Tim Morrison, Matt Birkby, Rob Forbes and Stuart Bowman

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                  • Breathability for Your Back: The Pursuit 24LR by Camelbak [Review]


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                    If you’re looking for a good sized, comfortable, hydration-ready pack for any day to day adventure, look no further than The Pursuit 24LR by Camelbak. At 24 liters, you can fit all of your daily necessities plus an extra layer, just in case. While it looks like a mid to large size pack, it’s extremely lightweight and not as large as it seems at first glance. We have used this on hut trips and hiking the towering canyons of the Utah desert and no matter what, it’s always worked and it’s worked well. It is amazing how comfortable this pack really is and how light it feels on your back. Two major features play into this comfort level. First of all, the lumbar reservoir makes a huge difference as it transfers the weight from your shoulders to your waist. It is always easier to use your hips for weight instead of the easily tiring shoulders. Secondly, the frame of this pack creates a lot of stability and sets the pack and it’s weight up off the torso. Not to mention the airflow that this design allows so your shirt doesn’t have a sweat shape pack when you stop for lunch. The included hydration reservoir holds 3 liters of water and slips easily into the lumbar pocket. Camelbak has started doing a quick link system on the hydration pouches and so filling up your liquid has become so much easier. The hydration pocket is also designed for a full hydration reservoir so it’s very easy to slip in, zip up, and embark on your adventure. Whether out in the backcountry on skis or hiking by foot, this is the perfect pack to accompany you on any daytime adventure. It will keep you hydrated, cool, and comfortable and you’ll be able to fit essentials and more. We are super impressed with the technology and design that Camelbak is putting into their packs and can’t wait to try some more for mountain biking, dirt biking, and running. They make something for everything so be sure to check out their website! Links The Pursuit 24LR by Camelbak: http://goo.gl/VGPDP4 More gear reviews: http://goo.gl/WYXhsa

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                    • The Perfect Winter Hut Trip Pack: The Phantom by CamelBak [Review]


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                      I haven’t had a new CamelBak in years. I remember 10 years ago when I had to have one, because they were the cool thing to have when you’re out hiking around. They weren’t just the cool thing though, they made sense. It became so easy to stay hydrated when you’re outside doing the things you love. It also became easier to pack for a day trip. Now that I’ve had a chance to try out a couple of the newer design CamelBak’s I’m thoroughly impressed and will soon find myself using nothing but them when I’m hiking or biking. Usually when I’m in the backcountry on my skis I’m wearing an Avalanche Airbag backpack. Taking a day trip to a hut secluded in the Southwestern Colorado mountains, I found myself using the Phantom (coming Fall of 2014). It was the perfect pack for the day. I really like the new packs for a couple of reasons. The first thing, and it may seem minute and ridiculous, is the fact that for every strap, CamelBak has provided you with an elastic containment strap. Once tightened and adjusted correctly, tuck the straps through the elastic and they are out of the way the rest of the day. So simple, but will make or break how much I love a pack! Another amazing feature is the fact that the largest pocket zips down almost the entire length of the pack. No more losing stuff in the pack or forgetting what you brought on your trip. It makes for very organized packing and unpacking. This particular pack includes a 3 liter water reservoir that is housed in an all new designed lumbar compartment. Overall, the pack’s size is right at 20 liters which is large enough to fit daily necessities, extra layers, food, etc. but not so big that you will have empty space or a load too heavy. The Lumbar reservoir is absolutely amazing! I’ve always loved having the majority of the weight on my hips, who doesn’t, and now with the lumbar reservoir I can ensure the water weight will be supported by my strong hips and not my weak, easily tired shoulders. Plus, the release system and the ease of getting in and out of the storage pouch makes it that much better. The easy release system is brilliant because now you just unlatch your reservoir, fill it up, latch it back in, zip the pocket back up and you’re ready to go. No more hose and reservoir hassle! I talked in the video about ways in which you can assemble your skis or snowboard to the pack, and it’s great that CamelBak decided to give you options. Choose a-frame or diagonal for your skis or vertical for your snowboard. Also, the front snowboard straps are great for an extra layer or extra gear. Going from this pack and then back to my Avy pack is really depressing for me. These packs have so many useful and beneficial options for the ski/snowboard enthusiast. My Avy pack was built around the airbag, without much thought in the pack itself. It is a bummer because I could really use some of CamelBak’s features when I’m high in the backcountry. Whether you’re in the sidecountry or backcountry, this pack is the perfect solution to carrying all of your daily necessities and more. It’s comfortable and so very logical. Thanks CamelBak! Links The Phantom by Camelbak: http://goo.gl/Srq0HZ More gear reviews: http://goo.gl/WYXhsa

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