Trip Report: Mount Hood 11-15-14Mountaineering / Splitboarding / Trip Reports
After the recent storm that tackled the lower Cascades, we headed up Mt. Hood to check out conditions and pursue the much coveted POW. Here is a 30 minute edit of the trip, of course I spent a little bit over 30 minutes editing but these are meant to be super quick edits. As predicted, much of the snow has blown into the gullies below Palmer Glacier, leave a lot of exposed rock still. Above Palmer and into the West Crater Rim is a mix of wind blown hard pack and pockets of powder ranging from 18″ to 3′.
First time filming with my upgrade to the Panasonic GH4. Great to finally see it’s 4k capabilities and how much I can scale in post. Still lots to learn on the camera. I gave the auto focus on the Panasonic 100-300mm a try because it was around -8 degrees with 30mph winds. So getting blasted in the face with drifting snow, made it extremely hard to do a fine focus on it. Over all great trip of exploring and geeking out on my gear.
Filmed and edited by Jesse Hambley
Head cam photos by Cameron Brown
“Every Damn Day People” by BrokeMC (brokemc.com)