Icy Trees at Aspen Basin

Ann and I go up to the ski basin to hike up together for a run. It’s misty, ethereal, and surreal up high. The trees are covered in windblown ice that looks like wings, claws, or coral. Ann works hard to make it and enjoys the supreme satisfaction of a fully earned run. No downhill footage today, but a few clips worth enjoying.

Also posted at EveryTrail.

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