Logan Vadasz compilation of recent Sugar Bowl drops.

Logan Vadasz, 15, skiing and filming his descent of the DOA Couloir, Blackcomb Peak, Whistler/Blackcomb Sidecountry, British Columbia.

Getting powder turns on our Intro To Splitboarding course.

Powder turns on our Sidecountry course, The Money Run, backside of Mt. Judah.

Early Skiers
This is vintage footage (circa 1930) of ski touring and telemark turns at the top of Donner Pass, before Sugar Bowl Ski Resort was even built.

Tim Dobbins steep skiing

Masters Of Stone VI - Eric Perlman
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Lynn Hill & Katie Brown climb the West Face, Leaning Tower, Yosemite

Emilio Comici climbing way back in the day

Marco Burn bouldering in Switzerland

Guides Slideshow:

Click the photo for our Guides Slideshow - a historical collection of images of ASI Guides in their element.

Clients Slideshow:

Click the photo to see our clients in action on previous ASI trips. You might see yourself in there...

Lost Photos:
One of our guides, Tom Carter, recently tripped across a website that gives a brief glimpse of how the revolutionary concept of using a rope for belay was introduced to California less than 100 years ago. It was 1931 and Dr. Robert L.M. Underhill met with key members of the Sierra Club, including Glen Dawson and the ubiquitous Norman Clyde, to introduce them to the use of a rope in class 4 and 5 climbing.

We thought you might find it worth perusing to see how far we have come since then, and to also marvel at the bravado these men had to scale the peaks they did with the crude equipment of that era.

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