This winter we journey to the snowy wilderness of the Wallowa Mountains for backcountry skiing and yurt camping in Oregon’s remote outback.
With skis and beacons, we follow the crew at Wallowa Alpine Huts into the Eagle Cap Wilderness in Eastern Oregon. Camped in a luxury yurt at Norway Base, we start our days learning mountain snow skills and spend the afternoons skiing through the trees and unmarked powder slopes, exploring the serene, jagged cliffs of the Wallowa Mountains. At night we refuel with a hearty dinner and soak our weary muscles in the wood-fired sauna, knowing the night’s snowfall will bring new snowpack for tomorrow’s adventures.
About the Author: John Waller
A native Oregonian, John Waller has dedicated his life to exploring and discovering the natural beauty that the world has to offer. The founder of Uncage the Soul Productions, John has spent more than two decades producing and directing films, from commercial shorts to award-winning adventure documentaries. If he’s not behind the camera or in front of the editing screen, he can be found exploring the Oregon backcountry, summiting a local peak or planning the next globetrotting adventure.
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