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Montana Man Walks 20 Miles for September Pow Turns

David Steele is a skier out of Whitefish, Montana, who regularly frequents Glacier National Park for self-prescribed sufferfests. 

In his most recent vid, he goes skiing, on September 9, in a whiteout. He  managed turns on three inches of freshies on top of a melt/freeze crust of graupel on top of old snow patches...

"I walked nearly 20 miles round trip and went up 5,000 feet before I put my ski boots on. Definitely some desperation. But worthwhile," Steele told me. 

We commend you, Mr. Steele! Looks pretty variable out there. 

About The Author

stash member Leslie Hittmeier

Leslie is a freelance writer and photographer. Storytelling is her focus and she spends her time following badass skiers and climbers around in their natural habitats. As an obsessed skier and climber herself, she plays and trains in the Tetons.