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Jessie Diggins is the most-decorated U.S. cross-country skier of all time, the first U.S. Gold Medalist in cross-country skiing, a World Champion in cross-country, and a U.S. Ski Team member.
Chris Davenport is a two-time World Champion skier and the first person to ski all 54 of Colorado’s 14,000-foot peaks in less than a year. He has numerous first descents of peaks around the world, has guided and skied on Mount Everest, and has been featured in more than 30 ski films by Warren Miller and Matchstick Productions.
Breezy Johnson is an Olympian who has stood on the World Cup podium four times, won two national titles, and spent almost a decade on the U.S. Ski Team.
Jaelin Kauf is a 2022 Olympic Silver Medalist in freestyle skiing, a 2018 Olympian, and a two-time World Championship medalist. A member of the U.S. Ski Team, she has 16 World Cup podiums, with seven wins, and was a double National Champion in 2019.
Ed Viesturs is the only American to have climbed all 14 of the world’s 8,000-plus-meter peaks (over 26,247 feet).
Grant Gunderson is a founding editor of The Ski Journal and has published photos in Outside, ESPN, Skiing, Backcountry, and Powder, among others. His iconic images capture the essence of skiing, cycling, travel, and adventure in mountain ranges around the world, from the peaks of Switzerland and Japan to his home turf of Mount Baker, Washington.
Sam Cohen, son of pro photographer Lee Cohen, is a professional freeskier who grew up in Utah, skiing at Alta. A member of the Scott Sports Freeride Team, he’s starred in a number of epic ski videos.
Peggy Luce and Stacy Allison—with climbing partner Geoff Tabin—are the first American women to summit Mount Everest (29,032 feet).
Mike Libecki is an alpinist, creator, and restless explorer who travels the world documenting his adventures at the edges of the world.
Sven Brunso is known as “the hardest working man in snow business.” For more than two decades, he’s traveled the globe to ski for the world’s best photographers, making first descents in the Alps, Iceland, and the Republic of Georgia.
Andy Lapkass, a longtime teacher at the American Avalanche Institute, has summitted a number of 8,000-meter peaks, including Everest, and works as a ski patroller at Breckinridge.