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Pat Guinn

Pat Guinn

Snowbird, really any canyon along the wasatch front, Salt Lake City, UT

Pat Guinn's Bio

I grew up at the base of Little Cottonwood Canyon in Sandy, Utah and I love to ski and rock climb. During the winter I can be found at Snowbird searching for powder. I still live in the Salt Lake City area and spend all my free time in the canyons either climbing or skiing or hiking whenever I'm not working here at backcountry.com.

Pat Guinn

Pat Guinnwrote a review of on April 16, 2015

5 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I tried my first Kate's bar a couple of weeks ago and I have been hooked ever since. These are way tastier than Clif bars, and cheaper than the ProBar equivalent, while still being made with quality, healthy, organic ingredients. Try one! They're delicious. I have had every flavor and they are all great. I especially like the bars that feature dark chocolate, but you really can't go wrong.

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Pat Guinn

Pat Guinnwrote a review of on July 16, 2013

5 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I just bought a box of these and am so incredibly happy with my decision. Whether you are hiking, climbing or ski touring, throw some of these in your pocket and any time you are feeling low on energy just throw one of these chewy gummies in your mouth and within minutes you will have your second wind. I have tried the Strawberry, Mountain Berry and Cran-Razz and of those three the Cran-Razz is probably my favorite, but they are all very tasty, and I'm sure the flavors I haven't tried are just as good.

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Pat Guinnwrote a review of on April 16, 2012

5 5

I have been buying these as ski and hiking snacks for the last few months and they are great. They are super tasty and also give me the energy I need on the fly. They are super thin so i always keep one in my ski jacket for when i need that extra little kick. Stopping for food on powder days is for the foolish, these keep me going so that all of the powder are belong to me.

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Pat Guinnwrote a review of on April 4, 2011

5 5

I just got this harness a couple of weeks ago and it's sweet!!! I really like the chest cam point of view, the angle is sick while skiing since your core doesn't bob up and down as easily as your head with a helmet mount, so the shot is generally more stable. It is also really nice since you can see the screen on the gopro and know when it is recording, what mode it is in and all that good stuff. This harness is burly, made with thick elastic straps and burly plastic, I dont see this breaking anytime soon.

The only issue I have had so far is on particularly deep powder days sometimes the camera gets caked with copious amounts of snow from epic face shots. On those days it is probably better to go with a helmet cam. Then again I wasn't complaining on account of the epic face shots.

In conclusion, if you dont like looking like a teletubby with your helmet mount and still like to get sweet footage, try this out!

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