Andy Cochrane

Roots in Northern Minnesota. As the son of two park rangers I learned to paddle, hike, and camp at a young age. I went on to guide whitewater trips through college and soon after moved to the Bay Area. I worked in software, got an MBA, founded three companies, and nearly committed to a career in tech. Instead I jumped to an outdoor startup and launched their marketing program from scratch–web, content, social, ads, brand, strategy, et al. I've spent the last year working as a freelance producer, writer, photographer, creative director, and content strategist. Currently working a few projects and scheming the next big thing.

A backcountry yurt trip is the perfect ski escape. Here’s how to plan one.

How to hike the Jefferson Pass Traverse in Glacier National Park

Why eastern Oregon should be your paddling destination this summer

Why you need to hike the Wind River Range in Wyoming

Save Bookmark
We use cookies to understand how you use our site and to improve your experience. This includes personalizing content and advertising. For more information on how we use cookies consult our revised Privacy Policy and Terms of Service.
Disable Cookies I accept