Paul Sherman climbs an unnamed couloir on Mt Nebo's north peak. This is a couloir hunter's dream. Paul and I have skied about ten couloirs on this peak and have barely scratched the surface.
Paul Sherman shows some skill on 50% boiler plate by verting by the toenails.
Just a typical day in the Wasatch.
Paul Sherman plants the Verts at 50%. Verts are the crampon of the Wasatch. Most of the year the snow is soft enough to make post holing a chore. Verts have a rigid front point design that keeps you on top of the snow while giving a crampon feel on the steeps.