It's been a busy year here at Second Ascent & we have a lot of exciting events just around the corner.
We have the man, the myth, the legend, the vagabond, the split boarder...Kyle Miller is coming back for his annual visit to his beloved state of Washington. Over the past three years, Eddie Bauer athlete, Kyle has traveled to the four corners of the earth with nothing but a warm heart, sincere smile and a splitboard. Join us on March 23rd for a fun evening as he shares stories of growing up in the greater Seattle area, gaining experience in the Cascades while taking his mountaineering skills to New Zealand, aspect hunting in Norway and powder slaying in Japan.
CJ will share slides and stories from ski expeditions from Mongolia to the Alps and introduce the latest short film collection from Julbo.
Presentation will wrap with brew from Northwest Peaks Brewery and some Q+A.
Solve the mystery of how to plan your own lightweight, nutritious & delicious meals with a hands-on backcountry cooking class with Matt Schonwald from Backcountry Adventure Guides.
What you'll learn:
-choosing the right stove for the right situation
-how to plan a menu
-what to pack
-where to shop
-how to cook your own delicious meals while sipping cold brews from our friends at Northwest Peaks Brewery.
Tickets are $30
There are only 36 spots available. Reserve your spot today!
February Wrap up...
This past month we brought 5Point Film Festival back to Seattle for the second year in a row. Packing out SIFF Cinema with over 400 psyched climbers, skiers, mountain bikers and outdoor enthusiasts we raised over $3k for The American Alpine Club, Northwest Avalanche Center & Evergreen Mountain Bike Alliance.
This event would not have been possible without all our amazing sponsors & all of you who came out to support this amazing event.
We had the privilege of hosting local climber, scientist & photographer, Alasdair Tuner, as he took us on a photographic journey through the fragile ecosystems that make up a major part of the Ross Sea & the science that is being done to understand the Antarctic. Learn more about Alasdair's work with Blue Earth and view his photography here.
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