Tackling the Abominable Winter Adventure Run in Como (elevation 10,200 feet) means taking on roughly four miles of off-road racing, with steep inclines through dense forests and winter-themed obstacles to tackle, including sections of the course that require sledding.
In the 1920s, Joe and Paul Stettner were establishing climbing routes like an intimidating line up Longs Peak, Stettner Ledges, among many others across the Rocky Mountains in Colorado and Wyoming, using horse ropes and just a few carabiners and pitons for protection.
Ready to get psyched for ski season? Us too, and this year, we’re turning to Powderwhore, which sought deep powder and steep lines for a dose of that psych. This year’s installation, their 10th, titled Some Thing Else.