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February is the time to get high in the mountains. Whether or not you're lucky enough to hop in a heli or if you're climbing for your turns, the time is now and the now is good.
Peaking is not a destination, it's a state of mind. It requires a positive outlook, a large appetitive for relatively difficult physical exertion, and a desire to fly weightlessly down powder-covered hills.
Marty is the most PEAKING individual we've ever met. He spends most of his time literally peaking with his Revelstoke-based guiding operation, Capow Guiding. When he's not guiding, he's traveling, speaking, and educating the masses on backcountry safety, stewardship, and good times. Marty is PEAKING.
The Capow Jacket is the bridge from deep winter to spring touring. Light, stretchy, and incredibly breathable, the Capow Jacket still packs enough weather protection to keep you dry and comfortable during the Pacific Northwest's worst storms. Tailored for the skin track but equally comfortable for long days spinning laps in the resort.