This is the Liberty Mountain Trash Cylinder Mountainous Trashicus. While it is indigenous to the warehouse area of Liberty Mountain’s Utah headquarters, its diet consists of trash from all outdoor regions including local canyons, parking lots, and exotic snacks brought to it by employees and friends from across the U.S.
Nolan Paini is the buying manager at Liberty Mountain. He oversees the buying of all non-climbing products and manages our team of five buyers who work with vendors to find products that are appealing to our customers. Thanks to Nolan and his team, Liberty Mountain offers a variety of brands which can be delivered in one shipment to streamline our customer’s supply chain. Nolan is a big part of what makes the Liberty Mountain system work, so here’s a little more about who he is.
As an adventure photographer, you don’t have the luxury of a studio where you can keep all your gear in one place and move the subject to you. You are constantly traveling to locations and your gear has to come with you. The LowePro PhotoSport III is an adventure photographer's camera bag. It was designed on the crux of adventure to be a climbing photography specialist.
Pete started with Liberty Mountain in 2002 as the warehouse manager. He worked in that role for a few years until the summer of 2004 when Liberty Mountain expanded their building. In the new space, they found room to create an outlet where products that were sitting on the shelves too long could be sold to those in the local community. Since Pete had previous retail management experience, he took up the reigns on this new department and position.