Monday, April 27, 2015

Mammut North America - a company of climbers, skiers, and mountain athletes.

Our team of mountain climbers on top of the wind scoured summit of Mt Monroe 5372 ft.
 The Mammut Athlete team has been charging ahead with expeditions, rock - ice climbs, ultra trail runs, and ski adventures while quietly back in Vermont the Mammut management, sales, and distribution employees run the core business of this top of the line outdoor company.

This past weekend was the time for an in-house adventure. The Mammut staff came to NH for a ski and mountain climb on Mt Washington in the White Mountains.  MMG Guides Alex, Erik and I met the Mammut team at the AMC Highland Center Lodge on Friday afternoon for an evening of drinks, dinner and social activities.  Saturday morning we all awoke at dawn, ate a healthy breakfast and headed into the wilds of the mountains. 

Bill and I planned this late season trip and hoped for a sunny spring day.  Not so, this Saturday turned into a full on winter outing.  We encountered freezing temperatures, high winds, close to a foot of new snow, and white out conditions.  Typical for Mt Washington and all the more fun for us to have climbing and skiing while putting the Mammut Absolute Alpine equipment and clothing to the test.

Bill and Jen cruising through new snow up the steeps of the Ammonoosuc Ravine Trail.
Spectacular blue water ice high on the mountain.

 Jodi - Finance                                       Mark - Warranty 

         JP - Pro Sales                                               Nick - Warehouse 

Gribbin and Joanna entering the steeps of Monroe Brook.

Ripping it up Joanna makes it look so easy.

This powder day brings on big smiles for Dave and Joanna.
Wow - a fantastic ski and board run.
The great Mastodon our proud Mammut logo!!!
CEO Bill and MMG Guide Art planning future climbs together.
Gribbin, Marketing Manager, enjoying the frosting of the day.
Dave - Hardwear
The Mammut team approaching the tree line below Lake of the Clouds Hut.

One more water crossing to navigate.

Men in orange and red - bright mountain colors that stand apart from the rest.

Ed leading the team down the snowy slopes.

Thanks to each of you for joining Alex, Erik and I, - this was a very special trip for us.
We appreciate the work you all do for Mammut - a fantastic company moving along in a upward direction.  

Art Mooney

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