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Jason Hummel-Ski mountaineer and photographer-3/5

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Ski mountaineer and photographer, Jason Hummel, will take you on a winter traverse of the Picket Range in the North Cascades to skiing lines off the ten highest summits in Washington through his photographs.


He'll tell stories and show photos of summer skiing on Mount Rainier, to winter skiing on the highest non-volcanic peak in Washington, Bonanza Peak. Bring your questions about skiing in the cascades and his photo techniques.


A nationally published photographer, Jason started climbing in the Cascade Mountains as soon as he could walk. After leaving his job in finance in 2009, he decided to seek out his passion. Since then, he has published images in magazines like Backcountry, Skiing, Coast Mountain Culture, and more. He has shot photographs for ski resorts and companies alike. Take this opportunity to join Jason at the Mountaineers on Monday, March 5th at 7pm in Seattle.


Stories and images: http://www.cascadecrusades.org/

Images: http://www.alpinestateofmind.com/


Free admission, no registration necessary, members and non-members welcome.




Monday, March 5, 2012 at 7pm



Mountaineers Program Center - Seattle

The Mountaineers

7700 Sand Point Way NE

Seattle, WA 98115




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