Live large, head for the mountains. This website is dedicated to mountain adventure. The initial focus is around skiing, ski mountaineering and mountain biking. Over time, the list of activities may expand, but they will always focus on adventure and the mountains.
Provide Hi-adventure visitors with engaging and informative content that contains 4 primary components:
- Live “Dashboards” – Area specific pages with live webcams views, avalanche danger status, weather forecast, current weather radar/satelling Snotel links and other important content.
- Trip reports, route descriptions and general information on trail systems; including GPS data of the adventures.
- Videos and photos that add detail and context.
- Informative or thought provoking articles with a focus on the activities that we feature on this website.
Contributor: Cody Feuz
I love the mountains, especially when they have snow on them. I have participated in all kinds of sports and recreational activities throughout my life, but the one constant has always been skiing. As a child, some of my earliest memories of skiing are not of skiing lift served terrain, but of climbing and skiing the hills right outside the gates of our ranch in the Hoback basin of western Wyoming.
Contributor: Mark Pyper
Mark Pyper works in high tech but his real passion is mountain biking. Whenever he has free time, he can be found hucking his bike on the jump lines at the Eagle Bike Park with the occasional trail ride thrown in for good measure. If he gets lucky, he makes a pilgrimage to Whistler, BC once a year. When he isn’t on his bike, he will occasionally snowshoe, X/C ski and boogie board at The Gutter near Horseshoe Bend.