Andrew Slough’s work as a writer/photographer has taken him to Russia, Romania, South America, New Zealand, Japan and Alaska, as well as through out Canada, Scandinavia and Europe. In his travels Andrew has chased the legend of Dracula to Romania’s Borgo Pass, skied the Haute Route across the Alps from Saas Fee Switzerland to Chamonix, France and ridden a bicycle over four Swiss passes in a single day for a total of 15,000 feet of vertical and 106 miles. He has circumnavigated Italy’s Monte Rosa Massif, skied New Zealand’s Southern Alps and captured deep powder days in Japan, Quebec, Argentina, Austria, France, Italy and Switzerland. He also skied Mutnovsky and Achivinsky, the Kamchatka Peninsula’s active volcanoes, and raced in the Inferno Downhill which drops seven thousand vertical feet in eight miles off the top of the Schilthorn down into Switzerland’s Lauterbrunnen Valley. He competed in Bend, Oregon’s pole peddle paddle competition, climbed the Matterhorn, raced in the Birkebeiner Nordic Marathon, crossed Norway’s Central Plateau on Nordic skis and hiked out of Idaho’s Seven Devil’s Wilderness down into Hell’s Canyon where he hailed a raft and floated to the Pittsburg Landing take out. Andrew has also fished Kamchatka’s Nikolka spring fed waters for huge rainbow trout, Heliskied and fished for King Salmon in Alaska’s Tordillio Mountains, Hunted Doves in Cordoba, Argentina and Fished for Brown Trout in Patagonia.
In the course of Andrew’s travels, he has contributed stories and photos to Ski Magazine, Conde Nast Traveler, Esquire, Outside, Men’s Journal, Men’s Health, Outdoor Life, Popular Photography, Diversion, Hemispheres, Rocky Mountain Magazine, Rock and Ice, Sports Afield, Sports Illustrated, Powder, Family Fun, Safari, Sporting Classics, Ducks Unlimited, National Geographic Adventurer, Sun Valley Magazine, and others as well as “The Washington Post,””Toronto Star,””Miami Herald,””Christian Science Monitor,”“Kansas City Star,” as well as numerous inflight, trade, and foreign periodicals.
Andrew Slough has two books in print and two novels he is presently working on.