Yeah, they’re light and great for touring, but this here’s real reason why Dynafit bindings are so popular with backcountry skiers.
Guide and local ripper Jason Smith tans his meathooks.
Some dude who’s probably not named Joe Cutts slays it.
For motivated ski tourers, the terrain around Lost Trail Lodge is endlessly fun,
Guide John Morrison (rear) and David Rosenbarger ski off the summit of Mt. Anderson.
After two days of sock-in, we awoke to these glorious views.
‘Twas a five-mile skin on rolling forest roads to access the Lost Trail Lodge, an effort that was rewarded by cold PBRs waiting on the deck when we arrived.
Jed Duke, who trained by skinning the slopes of New Hampshire’s Whaleback Mountain, puts his lungs and legs to the test.
What is arguably a too-big group of backcountry skiers ascends the track
Approaching one of the summits near Lost Trail Lodge.
You know it, don’t you?
California isn’t always sunny.
Based on the much-lauded Cochise, Blizzard’s Scout is a new freeride-touring ski that offers the same shape benefits of the Cochise, but in a lighter package.
Tristan Olson wrestles with skins before the morning tour.