Taking the cat up to Highlands Bowl. Although, the cat was somewhat of a tease because you still have to hike for 30+ minutes to get to the top of the 12,300+ bowl.
Thanks to these ladies for showing us the way to the top of Highlands Bowl. Unkown, Arielle Gold, Tricia Byrnes, myself, Megan and Tess Weaver.
The top part of Highlands Bowl.
Following this lady, Tricia Byrnes to the goods.
And it was worth the hike.
Tree skiing is my favorite.
Aspen Highlands is pretty epic. Thank you Tax Day!
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A couple of times a year I get to go out with the Oakley Field Testing crew and test out the newest gear so everything fits and works just right before it hits stores. Here is the crew at Snowbird in the tram.
Working on my turns.
Last weekend in my dad’s hometown of Hemnesberget, Norway they held the “Vettenrennet 2012.” The contest consists of competitors hiking to the top of Hemnesfjellet and skiing down. This year Marie Skoseng from Mo i Rana won a pair of Volkl Pearl Skis for the Grete Award. I am super stoked on the event and really proud of my dad for being part of something so cool. Here are the pictures below from the event.
Volkl Pearls! Stoked.
View Here (Yes, that’s me in the mask).