Chris Davenport is one of the most prolific ski mountaineers on the planet. His exploits include his recent Ring of Fire 15-volcano tour in the Pacific Northwest, a ski descent of Mt. Everest's Lhotse Face in May 2012, and ski descents of all 54 of Colorado's 14,000-foot peaks within a calendar year. Here's what he chose to bring to the Chilean Andes while judging for the Eye of the Condor photo/video contest. Follow him on Twitter: @steepskiing
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