A Colorado Army National Guard UH-60 Blackhawk lowered Ouray Mountain Rescue Team member Cory Jackson to rescue two skiers on the north face of Mount Sneffels on Tuesday, June 2 at 12,600 feet at the bottom of the Snake Couloir. (Courtesy photo)
By Allison Perry | 6/1/15
“I do what I do because I believe in the need for physical documentation of historical events because memory betrays us all too often.”
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Executive Secretary for the Colorado Commission of Indian Affairs Ernest House, Jr. (far right) was the guest speaker at the Memorial Day remembrance ceremony held at the Telluride cemetery on Monday, May 25. Also pictured, Brian Ahern (left) and Richard Unruh (center). The annual ceremony is a joint venture of the Telluride chapters of the Elks and American Legion. (Photo …
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Despite blowing snow and downright cold, a gang of stand up paddleboarders set out on Trout Lake Saturday morning, galvanized by wetsuits and a really good attitude. (Photo by Barbara Kondracki)
By Samantha Wright | 5/23/15
Author John Vaillant talks about Mountainfilm, activism, his new book, and the state of journalism.
Taylor Clay scooped coconut crunch ice cream at the Mountainfilm ice cream social on Saturday, May 23. The line for free ice cream was impressively long, despite the Spring snowstorm and chilly temperatures. (Photo by Barbara Kondracki)
By Samantha Wright | 5/22/15
“Play a lot. Work hard. Get smart. In that order,” says Jeff Lowe, the visionary climber who is the complex and compelling subject of Jeff Lowe’s Metanoia.