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πŸŒβ„οΈπŸŒŠ @patagonia β€’ @yeti β€’ @clifbar β€’ @jonessnowboards β€’ @hestragloves β€’ @blackdiamond_snow β€’ πŸ€™πŸ½πŸ€™πŸ½πŸ€™πŸ½

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Men on the moon. Denali summit with @ian.walsh. Cold, space like midnight hour descent and the chance for a hot drink awaits. Time to put it in overdrive. photo capture by @erichroepke for @roam πŸ‘¨πŸ½β€πŸš€β„οΈπŸ”β›ΊοΈ

Summertime rolls. @tylerroemer πŸŽ¬πŸŠβ€β™€οΈπŸŒ²

Seasonal changes but still looking sideways. Connecting the dots β„οΈπŸ’¦ Ocean sliding series 1. @tommyschultzphoto : board @alexsaburolopez 6’1 single fin

Riding different boards in my quiver has opened the door to new perspectives on the mountain. Creative stories ready to be β€œridden” you could say.. Here’s a turn engrained in my memory on the , one of the next level shapes in the lineup. I’ve been very fortunate riding the over the past couple of years and I’m always excited to see what catalyzes out of the summer months when @chris_christenson73 and @jeremyjones trade designs. Keep the ideas brewing boys! 1. Speed, float, and on edge. Test pilot in Hokkaido, Japan. photo @andrew_miller 2. Quivering, a higher state of consciousness. photo @andrew_miller ✌️

Hike, shred, and repeat. @clifbar has always been my go-to for big days in mountains. It’s that sustained energy I crave that acts fast to keep me going longer and back up for more turns. Oatmeal raisin walnut for the win! πŸ™ŒπŸ½πŸ‘ŒπŸ½ photos: @nickkalisz

Thanks Tom, you will be dearly missed by all. Father, uncle, friend to many, your style and grace I hope will transcend through generations to come. ✨✌🏽 @windanseasurfclub

Denali National Park

Land of the midnight sun. Kahiltna Glacier on the route to Denali base camp. One of the most beautiful places I’ve ever visited! @roam πŸ”πŸŒŠ Facts worth mentioning: β€’The Kahiltna Glacier flows southward from the summit of Denali, at an altitude of 20,013 ft (6,100 m), to just 886 ft (270 m) above sea level at its terminus. This elevation range is thought to be the greatest of any glacier on Earth. Covering nearly 200 square miles (500 km) with a centerline length of 44 miles (70 km.) β€’Current studies are finding that the Kahiltna, the largest river of ice in Denali National Park and Preserve, is losing mass and becoming thinner. Scientists agree that the mass losses seen in glaciers of Alaska and the world are a result of increasing air temperatures over the past several decades due to climate change. While our team was shuttling gear up to high camp we ran into some science folk that quickly mentioned a ice core study near by on Mt. Hunter, and concluding that yes, they are seeing signs of rapid warming. I need to do some more research on the topic (which I’ll share when I find out more beta) but I did find some great info here πŸ‘‰πŸ½ Effects of Changing Climate on the Kahiltna Glacier. Good read.. thanks @denalinps https://www.nps.gov/articles/aps-v12-i2-c5.htm

My mind is still above the clouds after a successful couple weeks spent on Denali β€œThe High One.” The mountain, snowboarding, and friendships forged will be cherished for years to come. Big thank you to my sponsors for supporting! πŸ” πŸ‘€ Keep your eyes peeled for more images from the trip rolling out soon and film project with @roam @jonessnowboards next fall. Photo: @erichroepke

Denali National Park and Preserve

Here we go! Denali Surf Team. Follow along @roam for Denali updates πŸ”πŸŒŠ ➑️

Into the wild. Heading out of service for a couple weeks! Denali bound. photos @krystlejwright

It’s always winter somewhere. β„οΈπŸ”πŸ„β€β™‚οΈ 🌎 photo: @wjackdawe

See you on the backside Uncle Tom. It’s been a rough past year with deaths in the family. My grandfather and uncle on my dads side and now my Uncle Tom Ortner from La Jolla, my moms family. I’ve always tried to follow my own path in snowboarding. Cultivating ones own style and staying true to the things that matter most. Why we go surfing and snowboarding, those feelings that are so indescribable in the moment but yet calls us back to this spiritual place time and time again. Tom was battling cancer for the past 3 years and was a huge influence for me in and outside the water. A waterman tried and true, he was Windansea/ San Diego royalty and I know he will be missed by many in the lineup. Tom eloquently let his style do the talking while he surfed. Nothing else. I don’t get to surf Windansea much anymore but cherish growing up there and when I crossed paths with him in the water. He was always stoked to chat about shapes and the common threads snowboarding and surfing shared. Please consider donating to help with memorial services ( Link in my profile/ story) everything helps. Love to Susan and my cousin Reina Ortner. Photos by @jeffdivinephotographer @jonfosterphoto and Buz Snipes.

Going left with @togatnusaretreat. The elements aligned for a much needed surf getaway. πŸ€™πŸ½βœŒπŸ½βš‘οΈ Mentawai Islands family! β€”β€”β€”β€”β€”β€”β€”β€”β€”β€”β€”β€”β€”β€”β€”Now back to the mountains for a big one! πŸŒŠπŸ”

Positive vibrations βœ¨πŸ’¨ photog/ @wjackdawe Inspo/ Craig Island Lake. - Getting inspiration from the places we cherish and the friends and family we share it with. πŸ”β€οΈ

Frozen flakes in Idaho via @tylerroemer πŸ‘β„οΈ

Mammoth Mountain

Winter is still going strong in the Sierra. Feeling like Mayuary ❄️ photos: @petermorning

Arctic National Wildlife Refuge

Alaska and the Arctic are as wild as it gets. This photo by @oskar_enander is from one of my first trips north. It conjures up magic for me and gives me hope for protecting our public lands. Right now the Arctic Refuge and wildlands of the north are currently under threat from drilling. Please take a minute to tell your representative to support HR 1146, banning oil and gas development. (Easy one) Text DONT DRILL to 52886 or hit the link in bio to send a letter. Opening the Arctic Refuge to fossil fuel extraction would not only irreversibly destroy the largest national wildlife refuge in the country - - and deeply impacts the outdoor enthusiasts who seek adventure and solitude there - - but would also add significantly to the crusade crisis at a time which it is imperative to curb emissions and transition to clean energy. Your voice matters. Speak up now for America’s Arctic.

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