"Skiing is an evolution. What you like when you’re 10 is different than what you might enjoy when you’re 25, or what you might enjoy when you’re 55."
Aspen's Chris Davenport is widely regarded as one of the most progressive and accomplished big mountain skiers of his generation. Chris' career (37 years skiing) has been as diverse as it has been successful. Chris started his career in the competitive landscape winning two World Freeskiing Championships, an ESPN Winter X medal, many Powder Magazine Reader's Poll awards, the 24 Hours of Aspen, and was a fixture on the podium of the Freeride World Tour.However, The competitive scene wasn't Chris' final destination. He has progressed into one of the foremost ski mountaineers in the industry. Currently, he travels the world skiing some of the most remote and inspiring lines. When not on the road, he is frequently found on his home mountain skiing with his wife and coaching his three boys on the race-course.
Chris Davenport By The Numbers
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Of all my achievements, it's the beautiful mountains I've been able to visit, climb, and ski that I am really the most proud of. Lines like the Messner Couloir on Denali, the East Face of the Matterhorn, the West Face of the Eiger, the SE ridge of Baruntse, the Lhotse Face of Everest, and all 54 Colorado 14,000' peaks in a year are what inspire me and keep me motivated and passionate about the sport.