About

My name is Mike Sandy. That’s me in the photo above. I’m standing atop Mount Baldy’s Main Chute in Utah on March 28, 2010. The chute drops into Alta Ski Area at a pitch approaching 40 degrees from a spot just north of Mount Baldy’s summit. Mount Baldy serves as the boundary between Alta and Snowbird, and it’s accessible via a short hike from either ski area.

I’m originally from New York state, but I moved to Salt Lake City, Utah, in 2005 to ski at Snowbird while pursuing a graduate degree in finance. I completed my degree, despite Snowbird’s best efforts at distracting me from my studies, and now I work in bank asset/liability management.

Outside of work, I pursue a wide range of interests, including skiing, hiking, travel, baseball, and photography. Those interests are the focus of this website’s content. The main purpose of this website is to share the things I’ve learned and the experiences I’ve found most rewarding. I hope my perspective provides some inspiration for your own pursuits.

If you have any questions, or if you want to discuss anything, please don’t hesitate to contact me.


Disclaimer

Exercise caution and consider your abilities, the weather conditions, and the consequences of your decisions before participating in any of the activities described on this website. The author shall not be held liable for any injuries to, or damages caused by, individuals attempting the activities described on this website. Furthermore, the author disclaims any liability, personal or professional, resulting from the application or misapplication of the information presented on this website. Use of the information presented on this website indicates your understanding of the risks and is an acknowledgement of your sole responsibility for your safety. Although every effort has been made to provide accurate information, the author makes no guarantee, implied or otherwise, that the information presented on this website is accurate.