Backcountry Skiing Behavioral Codes by TheEditors OfWildsnow March 29, 2012 written by TheEditors OfWildsnow March 29, 2012 Seen somewhere in the Colorado backcountry: Irresponsibility code. Updated version for specific location, non-winter of 2011/12: Version 2.0 TheEditors OfWildsnowWhile most of the WildSnow backcountry skiing blog posts are best attributed to a single author, some work well as done by the group. www.wildsnow.com 4 comments 0 Email previous post Zermatt Nepal 1975 – Interesting Ski Binding for the Collection next post Found the Camera Case for the G12 4 comments brian h March 29, 2012 - 11:15 am If six and seven are at the top of the list, then the other ones fall into place… Phil March 29, 2012 - 11:29 pm bindings, jackets and cameras are all good but it feels like months since you’ve even mentioned those all important things that make sliding on snow possible – SKIS. I know you working on the ultimate quiver but maybe a few intial impresions or talk about other skis. Steve-O March 30, 2012 - 9:04 am 8. In event of emergency, press Record. Lou March 30, 2012 - 11:52 am Steve-O, LOL LOL ! Comments are closed.