Judd trying to get things organized after a hectic travel from Baltimore, MD.
Judd, happily unaware of the blister formation.
Bear tracks? crossing Iron Creek Road.
The Iron Creek Trailhead. It will be quite a while before this site is open for business.
Taking a quick afternoon jaunt above our first night's camp.
Looking north along the Sawtooth front towards Mystery Mountain.
Judd negotiates the along the edge of a wind lip.
Looking south into Iron Creek meadows.
Craig enjoys some cold powder preserved in the north couloirs above camp.
Judd enjoying a few late March face shots.
Recovering from the approach and afternoon powder turns!
Starry night would be few and far between on this trip.
Judd begins the endless cycle of blister management.
Packing up for day 2 and the climb into the alpine.
Bluebird day with a stunning Sawtooth backdrop.
Judd sporting his breast cancer awareness neck gaitor.
Climbing above Alpine lake into the Sawtooth Lake basin.
A few healty looking billy goats avoid contact with the strange humans.
The objective for the afternoon - The north flanks of Mt Regan.
Craig approaches the launching point.
Sampling the powder on the wind rolls of Mt Regan.
Hard to get much better tha this Sawtooth powder.
Judd dives into the Regan powder on the second lap.
Sawtooth Lake sublime
Craig dropping in
Sawtooth Lake skiing.
Despite the blisters, Judd shows some fine form.
Sunset on an un-named peak in the North Fork of the Baron Creek drainage.
Sunset over the North Fork of Baron Creek.
Nightfall in the Megamid.
We woke up to morning three with some fresh snow and ample milky light.
Home sweet home for a few days in the Sawtooths.