Category Archives: Reviews

Top-level blog category for product reviews including gear, food, and adventure destinations.

Recommended! EnduroPacks Liquid Electrolytes

Disclaimer: I may receive compensation or other considerations from companies whose products I review. The opinions expressed here are my own. Brand: EnduroPacks Product: Liquid Electrolytes – Sugar-Free (30 servings) Daily Nutrients For Active Individuals… Add EnduroPacks to any beverage for easy hydration and recovery. Shout out to another Park City-based business! I have a… Read More »

Backpack Light 50 from My Trail Co

Disclaimer: I may receive compensation or other considerations from companies whose products I review. The opinions expressed here are my own. Brand: My Trail Co Product: Backpack Light 50 Ultralight, Ultra-Durable, Ultra-Comfortable, Ultra-Affordable… We scored a permit to camp at Havasu Falls over summer solstice this year. It’s a scramble to get permits once the… Read More »

Free the Powder Ski Gloves

There is an inventory reduction sale (more off an already legit price) on these gloves right now. Killer value $45. See end of post for a link… I get excited whenever I hear about a new ski industry brand in Park City…especially a brand going direct-to-consumer online. Previously I have featured both Soul Poles and… Read More »

Best SKI Maps Ever

Check these out! Super excited with a collection of maps we came across from Best Maps Ever. It’s a great idea that compelled me to spread the word. The mapping artwork is incredible and the website is not too shabby. In fact have a look at the US Ski Areas and Resorts Directory…very cool data… Read More »

Peacepipes Ski Review (Park City-based RAMP)

Content Summary: Powder Ski Review Manufacturer: RAMP (Technology) Type: Big Mtn / Powder Ski (Rocker & Reverse Sidecut Tip) Lengths: 169cm, 179cm, 189cm Sidecut: 146-110-134, 146-112-134, 146-115-134 Average Weight: 8.4, 9.8, 10.4 Turn Radius: 14.4, 17.5, 21.9 Testing Conditions: Powder (in & out of resort)/Chopped Powder/Cold Weather Snow/Groomers A year ago this October I started… Read More »