Waking up at 4am to climb a mountain is my kind of jam, and luckily I have friends who don’t mind to tag along. This was only the beginning of what would turn in to a 10-hour day traversing a beautiful ridgeline covered in tons of fresh snow, all under a perfectly blue sky.
Recently had one of my photos published in New Zealand’s The Climber Magazine, from an epic mountaineering adventure in Mt Cook/Aoraki National Park a few months back. Came down three days later with some of my favourite shots in my career so far, so I’m stoked to have at least this one shared with a larger audience.
Two lone hikers heading for the summit of Tent Ridge in Kananaskis Country, dwarfed by the stunning rock massif in the background. This was snapped shortly after a heavy snow fall in the Rockies back in early October. Only a few weeks later we were back rock climbing in t-shirts for a good couple of weeks before temperatures dropped rapidly again. #explorealberta
Man, has it been a while since I posted anything on here. A looot has happened in the year and a half that has passed and for those of you who hasn’t followed I’m currently living and adventuring in the Southern Alps of New Zealand. This photo was taken a few weeks ago when me and an awesomly crazy human being and friend from Alaska took off to Fiordland National Park chasing sunshine, stars and quality rock climbing. We found all of the above.