Professional skier who is best known for his work as a big mountain skier and mountaineer. He is best known for having skied down 2000 feet of the Lhoste Face on Mount Everest.
He began as an alpine downhill racer at the Holderness School in New Hampshire. He later attending the University of Colorado where he became involved in big-mountain competitions. He competed in his debut big-mountain event in 1996 at the World Extreme Skiing Championship.
He is known for being the first person to ski down all 54 of Colorado's peaks over 14,000 feet in elevation in one year. He is also known for being a TV Reporter and color commentator for ESPN, ABC Sports, and RSN TV.
He was born and raised in New Hampshire but later moved to Colorado to attend school. He opted to stay and live in Aspen, Colorado after schooling.
Other professional skiers from New Hampshire include Barbara Cochran.