There have been some cool articles on fasterskier.com lately. Several articles have given us views of adventurous cross-training activities unique to various areas of the US and Canada. It's interesting to learn what our ski brethren do for ambitious fun and training in the off-season. Things like crust skiing in the High Sierra, in Utah and on Mt Ranier, and canoeing and backcountry skiing in remote Canada. The bottom line is – every place has unique outdoor options of some kind. Hopefully fasterskier readers will continue to share tales of their local adventures.
So, here's a cross-training/ adventure contribution from my home area of Southcentral Alaska. The activity: peak bagging.
What is peak bagging? Basically it is choosing a mountain and then going and climbing it. This activity is a natural for Anchorage, Alaska – because there are lots of mountains around here.
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