Ogden Outdoor Adventure Show 265 - Rain Rain Turn to Snow
AVALANCHE CONDITIONS | FEB 9
The danger will rise to CONSIDERABLE for wet loose and possibly wet slab avalanches on all aspects at the low to mid elevations. Even damp rollerballs and wet sluffs may be expected with provocation on all but the highest northerly elevations due to light rain and rapid warming. These will be unusual conditions over the next 48+ hours. Great uncertainty with these conditions warrants great caution.
Cornice-fall, Roof and Glide avalanches are all inherently dangerous...and all are quite possible today. Ice climbing is not recommended. https://utahavalanchecenter.org/
ON THE DOCKET
- Powder Mountain Ladies Night powered by SheShreds.co $15
- Feb 10 - AIARE 1 Course with Bear House Mountain Guiding - Sold Out
- Feb 11 - Utah Whitewater Club Wave Pool Night at Layton Surf n’ Swim
- Feb 15-19 - Michigan Ice Fest - Hosting Jeff Lowe, Will Gadd, Conrad Anker
- Feb 18-19 - Banff Mountain Film Festival
- Feb 24 - Weber Pathways Presents an Evening with Dan Flores (Author Dinner, Fundraiser)
- Feb 25 - Ogden Bike Collective Winter Bike Benefit, 6pm
- March 4 - World Telemark Day
- March 10 - International Fly Fishing Film Festival at Peery’s. Ogden River Preservation Benefit
- March 11 - Spring Stampede at Powder Mountain - Free boarder/skier cross race
- March 18 - Wasatch Showdown - Annual Firefighters Fundraiser at Powder Mountain
- March 18 - Weber Outdoor Program Winter Trail Series: Ben Lomond Shoulder
- March 19 - Intro to Backcountry Skiing - Bear House Mountain Guiding
- March 21-26 - Salomon Ultra Running Academy - running, training, workshops, Moab
- August 12 - Snowbasin Intermountain Cup X-Country MTB Race
IN THE NEWS
- Patagonia Drops out of Outdoor Retailer
- Park City Man Dies From Falling Ice
- Ogden Dentist Succumbs to Injuries Sustained in a Skiing Accident at Snowbasin
- Wizard of the Wasatch Needs Our Help
- Snowboarder Chased by Moose at Jackson Hole Resort
- Jackson Hole Resort Closed Due to Massive Storm & Power Outage
WORTH WATCHING / VIEWING
WORTH READING | Angry Interns - Lifted Ticket Prices
- Patagonia Will Fix Your Old Stuff, Sell it, And Pay You
- SUUNTO Named Official GPS Watch of XTERRA
- Kickstarter: Cotopaxi Veloz Hydration Pack
TRIP REPORT | Running Downtown Ogden in the Rain with Ogden Pub Runners (podcast only)
QUOTE OF THE WEEK | “Success has nothing to do with what you gain in life or accomplish for yourself. It’s what you do for others.” - Danny Thomas
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OUTDOOR JUKEBOX | “The John Wayne” – Little Green Cars
Ogden Tedx is Friday, June 29th. We spoke with duo presenters, Rebecca Virgo & Tabatha Butler about their subject: Serendipity in Collaboration.
SUP'ing Pineview and podcasting in an RV down by the... well, my house. OK, it's parked next to my house. Initially we nicknamed the RV "Studio B," but we just renamed her to "Studio RV." It's kind-of a nice place to podcast, actually. Plenty of room. Anywho, we chat Adventure news, events, pop-culture, gear-of-the-week, outdoor jukebox, and more.
We chat with Kasey about Friday Night Lights as one of the best television shows of all time, review Solo, Kasey's Coming of Age preferences, and of course, this year's Ogden Film Festival.
Facebook LIVE fail, Beus trail report, Solo Guiding's the new thing, Everest Season, and a Dinosaur as a comfort animal.
Exclusive interview with Mountain Gravity Expo producer, Jordan Lovejoy.
Hanging out with PCT thru-hiker, Bryden Bowley.
Don’t buy a cheap kayak, drunk ski over a crowd, or climb/ski 61,170 vertical feet in 24 hours because that’s just crazy.
Resort closing dates, climb time, mow electric, Winter advisory, Kavu love, Cotopaxi, and Pennywise.
Weber State University's Outdoor & Community Recreation Program is hosting RecConnect, a hybrid outdoor innovation expo and networking opportunity.
PS, we're 8 years and 300 episodes in. We were just pups when we began at Weber State’s KWCR 88.1 as a specialty show.
For International Women’s Day, we chat with GEAR:30 Manager, Sara Austin.
Featuring yak bells, deep pow, coal rolling, and PBR pancakes. Plus, a 100-year-old skier who is more boss than all of us.
Interview with The Front Climbing Club’s Joey Langford and the upcoming Cosmic Boulder Bash, plus 4-year-old mini-shredders, the Frozen Road, and Go Solo.
Hiking Indian Trail, interview with photographer Cam Mcleod, Mastering the Art of Chill, and that’s just how your face looks sometimes.
Olympics instructional videos, a friend’s fall from Ultra Running grace, TSIRKU, and the Ogden Boulder Field in January.
Snowshoeing Green Pond, Aspen Extreme, Ski the Wild West, and Ibex up for auction.
From rocking a piano bar to playing 88 keys in a van down by the railroad tracks, Kendrick Zane along with guitarist Tom Hopkins performed 4 original songs in this Billy Joel inspired set.
Nicholas Garn otherwise known as The Reverend & The Revelry performed an amazing 4-song set for #VanSessions.
#VanSessions Season 4 featuring a 4-song set with the sultry sweet soul of Cherry Thomas.
Teresita Dovalpage, writing about food and murder and what it's like to wrap them together in Cuba, made us laugh and opened up on the LITerally Podcast about being a writer.
Ryan Sharp, a poet and a hell of a good guy, read some old and new poetry for us at LITerally.