Another Powder Day in the Teton Sidecountry of Jackson Hole

Written by wade on March 7, 2010 – 5:53 pm -

Sunday, March 7, 2010: A few inches of new snow is sometimes all it takes to refresh the high snowfields on Cody Peak. While backcountry skiers enjoyed high altitude powder by hiking the short route from Rendezvous Bowl, inbounds skiers enjoyed smooth carving on spring corn snow. There’s something for everyone right now in Jackson Hole, Wyoming.

In this motor drive photo montage from last winter, Olympic Gold Medalist and Jackson Hole Ski Ambassador Tommy Moe, ski guide Dave Miller, and freeskier Jeff Leger ski Cody Peak’s Pucker Face and Powder 8 Bowl, with scenes from No Name Peak and Once is Enough Couloir. Click on the photo, watch it come to life, and enjoy!


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