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Photo Recap: Snow Peak Way 2022

Written by: Savanna Frimoth

October 3rd , 2022

Photo Recap: Snow Peak Way 2022

It’s already been two weeks since the memorable moments shared during Snow Peak Way 2022. Our return to Tygh Valley was filled with familiar faces and new friends. The weekend offered us slow restorative moments like spotting a Golden Eagle, watching the sunrise glow on the canyon walls and marveling at Saturn’s rings through a telescope. It also gave us lively conversations during Takibi Time, chilly (some might say icy) dunks in the White River, creative inspiration funneled into crafts and the boundless enthusiasm of young Snow Peakers. We extend a heartfelt thank you to everyone who traveled to attend, as well as our incredible partners who made the weekend possible. We hope to see you in 2023!

Nothing says Snow Peak Way like a spectacular group photo moment.  This year brought together almost 400 campers from all over the country.A peek at the Swarovski Optik and Bird Watching workshop setup.It's all about the details as Snow Peak staff and Snow Peakers alike worked together to ensure clean lines and picture-perfect guyline tension was present all throughout the event. 

A look at the Snow Peak Way cafe from the Takibi stage.No shortage of furry companions joined the festivities this year. A highlight, no doubt. Delectable eats from the team at Matta were served up daily for our hardworking Snow Peak staff. Congee and one-off titanium anodizing, a match only made possible in Snow Peak Way heaven.Guests enjoyed hands on field roasting coffee beans with our friends at Deadstock coffee.The arts and craft focus was popular--as usual--with everyone getting in on the creative spirit.  An intimate demonstration with Snow Peak's Beverage Director, Jim Meehen brought a few of his creations to life for attendees.Evenings on the upper field were a sight to behold as attendees new and old brought their unique Snow Peak scenes to life. There was no shortage of inspiring scenes curated by Snow Peakers from all over the country.A family enjoying some quality time together under the fading light of the day expressed the very best of what Snow Peak Way offers to guests. Tent and tarp combinations were in full representation at this year's event.Takibi Time, a signature part of each day at Snow Peak Way.