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    Evolv Dealer Camp

    Evolv Dealer Camp

    Hello Loyal Sierra Mountain Guiders!

    2010-10-07_11-45-36_185We are pleased to announce the beginning of our blogging career. Sure. We may be a little behind but we are growing and we are excited to start sharing all of our news with you. Most recently our office has undergone a couple of changes. Annie, our most recent office manager, has retired from ‘regular’ office hours to pursue a life of guiding and marketing. She has opened her own company; Cloudripper Designs and Sierra Mountain Guides has hired CRD to handle all of their marketing and product development needs. Our new office manager, Danielle Kuhl, will be in the office 5 days a week from 9:30-5:00pm to answer all of your questions and get you signed up for trips. We are the only guide service in the Eastern Sierra that has a full time, year round office manager.

    This week we were also proud to host vendors from  Evolv, Black DiamondKelty, Sierra Designs, Sterling, and Icebreaker in the first annual Dealer Camp in Bishop, Ca. Folks joined us from Adventure 16, REI, Zappos.com, and Backcountry.com. Sierra Mountain Guides taught clinics to all the employees, Wilsons Eastside Sports donated slideshow equipment, Idle Hands entertained, Lisa Rands and Peter Croft gave a great slideshow and Paula Richards slaved over stove and cast iron to cook everyone the best food the Eastside has ever tasted.

    evolve climbing camp buttermilksIt was a fun three days that began with some anchor clinics in the Tungston Hills. We toughed it out through the hail to learn how to place gear and make anchors appropriate for the terrain. On day two we headed to the Owens River Gorge. Some folks learned how to lead, some practiced taking whippers and some took advantage of our rope gun, Jed Porter to get their paws on some challenging climbs. On day three we took about 20 bouldering pads for 15 people and had a spectacular day sending at the Buttermilks. Sending temps in the shade and t-shirt weather in the sun with a backdrop of Tom, Humphreys, and Basin covered in a gorgeous layer of sparkling snow made for a classic day at the Buttermilks.

    Be sure to keep and eye on our blog for up to date trip and conditions reports.