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Keeping People Wild

Keeping People Wild

Keeping People Wild

Keeping People Wild

Keeping People Wild

Keeping People Wild

Mt. Erie

Soaring high above the deep blue waters of the Puget Sound there is a timeless paradise shared by eagles, hawks, falcons and rock climbers. For generations Rock Climbers of all ages have learned to tie into a rope, put on a harness, and take those first few leads up a mountain wall. There is nothing quite like climbing at Mt Erie.  Mount Erie is a quick drive North of Seattle Washington and South of Vancouver Canada right next to the quaint little town of Anacortes.

Beginning Rock Climbing
Multi-pitch Rock Climbing
Learn to Lead Climb

Mt. Baker

Mt Baker is one of the greatest Mountain playgrounds on earth. From November to May a jet stream centers itself over the region dowsing Mt Baker and the surrounding hills with a constant spray of snow funneled in from some of the great storm making centers of the Pacific. Mt Baker gets so much snow that it contains almost more snow and ice than rock. With almost a half cubic mile of ice, it sports more ice than the other Cascade peaks combined (leaving out Mt Rainier). The Mt Baker ski hill holds the world record for the most snow ever recorded, 95 feet of snow fell in the 1998/99 season.  Read More.....

Mt. Baker Ski Trips
Mt. Baker Alpine Climbing Trips
Mt. Baker Ice Climbing Trips

The Superstition Mountains

There is a legend of an old Dutchman who on his dying bed in 1892 in Phoenix Arizona revealed that he had endless riches stored within a secret gold mine deep in the Superstition Mountains.  Since that time countless hopefuls have searched and searched throughout this impossibly rugged desert mountain range.  Many have devoted a lifetime to this confusing landscape searching for the gold, emptying life savings, life dreams year after year hopeful and then hopelessly being alluded by the legend.  But behold the riches have been found, for through every dizzying canyon and on every crooked spire there lies richness in adventure.

Desert Spires
Multi-pitch Rock Climbing
Winter Canyoneering
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Stories from the Edge

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What is Your Adventure?

What is Your Adventure?

July 28, 2016 by Joseph Anderson | Air: Planning and Decision Making

It's been just about three years now since we set out on our quest. I remember pulling onto the Interstate 5 headed south in our loaded down minivan. No more house, no more debt, no more...

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Release the Muses

Release the Muses

November 02, 2016 by Joseph Anderson | Earth: Rules and Hardskills

There's an old Persian proverb that says "Why search for paradise, it is in front of me now." What did they mean?

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OWN YOUR GAME

OWN YOUR GAME

March 23, 2016 by Joseph Anderson | Fire: Fitness and Training

Doping. Anabolic Steroids. Human Growth Hormones. Performance Enhancing Drugs. Do you think much about these things? The reason I'm asking is that I just have not found the time to care....

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Thank you Ila

Thank you Ila

June 15, 2016 by Joseph Anderson | Water: Maintenance and Repair

"Tell me another story Dad!" my four-year old daughter, Ila insisted.

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