Sometimes it’s hard to know what the day will bring? following a few all time kant-mak-em’s, I loosely made a plan while soaking in the second to last apre ski of the season. All we had decided was to bring skins and go for a tour. The afternoon turned to evening, and the skies had cleared for morning.
From November 1 through November 18, 2009 a camera crew and athletes from Warren Miller Entertainment lived aboard a ship off the coast of Antarctica. They took Zodiacs ashore to climb and ski the southern-most mountains in the world. Two mind blowing days on the peninsula were most memorable. An unusual high pressure system hovered for 48 hours creating two days that the ship captain said were one out of a thousand. The mix of blue bird skies, ices bergs as far as the eye can see and stunningly jagged, glaciated peaks was a visual overload.