Springtime Shredding In The TetonsBy Dorian Densmore, May 6, 2014
About The Author
Dorian grew up ski racing in Wyoming. Everyday was spent perfecting his technique all while having fun on the mountain. Eventually the urge to ski bigger mountains lured him into rock climbing and learning the crafts of mountaineering. After years of practice, he now uses these techniques to explore steep ski terrain in far-out corners of the world with no outside support, only human power. His respect for the mountains, positive attitude, and experice promise many great adventures to come. Highlights include skiing first descents in Alaska and the Tetons, and he has continuously been climbing and skiing some of the biggest mountains in Alaska, N. America, and in the Andes. When Dorian is not skiing, he enjoys music and sound. He has studied music at the Jazz School Institute and Laney College. Currently, he is skiing, traveling and making more videos.
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