The Sego Wire
Idaho 12ver Project, chronicles his attempt to climb, ski and film all nine of Idaho’s 12,000-plus foot peaks. Over a three-month period, Mark skied eleven peaks and estimates that he gained more than 40,000 feet in elevation. The routes weren’t always straightforward and many required multiple attempts.
The Gringo Crew has been searching the Argentine backcountry for the illusive Cerro Sodeado. Finally, after days of looking through a hangover haze, the mountain emerged from a fog blanketed in fresh snow and ready-to-shred steeps.
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During Sego Ski Co.'s relatively short history, Ron Murray has become sort of a local legend. His 20-plus years of ski repair experience, combined with his time working in manufacturing and his wholesome philosophy on skiing (and snowboarding) has made Ron an integral part of the Sego team and brand.
I subscribe to the old adage “stop and smell the roses”. And fortunately, there are a few things in life that, for better or for worse, force us to follow that advice. One of those things is a slow chairlift—especially one in an area without cell service.