Perpetual ski will still be here

This is Brian Sexsmith, Trevor’s brother. I just wanted to let everyone know that the Sexsmith family has control over the blog and will continue to keep it online, no need to worry.

Thank you
Brian Sexsmith

12 thoughts on “Perpetual ski will still be here”

  1. Thank you so much. Your brother and his posts have been an inspiration! I wish I could have met him. I feel fortunate to have found the web site.

  2. Thank you. Adventures worth saving and a valuable resource. I always looked forward to seeing where Trevor would go next. Sorry for your loss

  3. A Big Thanks to You and your Family. Condolences to you all as well, Trevor must have been amazing out of the mountains, in them this site speaks for itself. The timeframes of accomplishing what he did and his attitude are something to behold, let alone experience.

  4. Thank you Brian. I never met Trevor, or skied in the Canadian Rockies but he provided a ton of insight into some very beautiful areas. I’m sorry for your loss.

  5. Simply want to say your article is as amazing. The clarity in your post is just great and i can assume you’re an expert on this subject. Well with your permission let me to grab your RSS feed to keep updated with forthcoming post. Thanks a million and please keep up the rewarding work.

  6. I’m soo sorry for your loss. I met Trevor back when I was at Parks in 2014, we lived in the Radium Hot Spring Bunkhouse. He was a fantastic guy and got me hooked on Game of Thrones. Both being from Ontario, we chatted what brought both of us out west. He told me about his deep passion for skiing the mountains and the hikes – brave guy too! I envied him doing what he loves and I headed back to Ontario. Great, great guy! I always think of him when I see snow capped mountains.

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