Summer Lines in Colorado
A first hand adventure from Research Team member Tanner Crow Guest Research by Mike Meru Photography: Michael Aasheim On my Endless Search for winter and to shred every month of the calendar year, my travels took me to Aspen, Colorado to hike and ride the Conundrum Couloir. The adventure began Friday night, Mike Meru, Michael Aasheim, and I left Salt Lake City at 7 p.m and arrived in aspen by 2 a.m. We camped at the trail head and used Mikes razor to cut off a few miles on the old mining road. The hike began with a 1,000ft loose rock...
"All In One Day" Justin Baun at Kicking Horse
Photo: Colin Maycher, @cmaycher Labeled the "unofficial" mayor of Golden, B.C., Justin Baun has been a man on a mission this season. Recently, he made a quick edit at Kicking Horse Mountain named "All In One Day." If you're into deep pow and charging pinner steeps....this video is for you. You can also find his edit featured on snowboarder.com! Congrats to Justin and here's hoping for a deep Spring in B.C. We are looking forward to seeing what Justin comes up with as the season winds down! http://www.snowboarder.com/videos/kicking-horse-mountain-one-day You can follow the mayor of Golden on Instagram: @justinbaun
New Additions to the YRC Family
Yeti Research Company would like to welcome freeskier Jay Starnino and snowboarder Tanner Crow to the YRC family! Jay is progressing freeskier based out of Revelstoke, British Columbia. Jay is no stranger to putting in hard work to find fresh lines and hitting new features. His ability to ski deep pow, drop cliffs, float through pillows is what sets him apart from most skiers and is why he is a perfect fit for Yeti Research Company. Jay spends a lot of his time at Rogers Pass and the neighboring zones between Revelstoke and Golden. Jay's other sponsors include: Liberty...
Winter Storm Jonas
Winter Storm Jonas hit the Mid-Atlantic hard and the Yeti Research Team was on it. A strategic strike up to their home mountain, Snowshoe West Virginia, was the proper call. Storm total was 36 inches and the crew took advantage of every moment. Check out the their video for more documentation.
Early Season Colorado
This El Nino pattern has benefited the Western part of the US and has left the East Coast struggling so far this winter. So when the opportunity presented itself, some members of the YRT decided to take a strategic strike to Colorado to get warmed up for the season. Steve Mapp, Tawrad Anwar, & Carlo Checri all met in Denver and it was on from there. They hit A-Basin and Keystone for quick couple days. "I was stoked to get some of the crew back together. Even though it would have been nice to have more time, it was just good...