Hey, my name is Alex! I'm an Engineering Physics student at the University of British Columbia. When I'm not doing my homework you can find me playing in the mountains, improvising at my piano, or writing down my thoughts.
The golden larches of October Remote work this semester allowed me the pleasure of spending a month in Kaslo, a place I’ve never explored in the fall. Dahlia’s in Osa’s garden The larches of Gray Creek Pass
Starting the first rappels The Beckey-Chouinard is a wild, committing route and likely Canada’s most esteemed rock climb. With pitch after pitch of wide, sandbagged and rope-stretching 5.8-5.10, the BC will test your endurance just as it did mine. Eloise–the strongest climber in the world and the best partner you could ask for Approach: From the H-S col, descend into the basin skirting a few small crevasses.
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Over Christmas I spent 4 days in the mountains of Kaslo BC with my friend Neil. It was among the best skiing of my life. Some of this terrain has likely never been skied before.
This site was built from scratch over countless hours to serve as a replacement for social media. While I'm very proud of it, I do miss the community of Instagram. Therefore, if you find anything here interesting or simply want to say hi, please send me a message. I'd be delighted to hear from you—there's nothing I enjoy more than meeting new people.