Monthly Archives: March 2012

Low Angle Spangle

Backcountry conditions have stayed remarkably good despite wide fluctuations in temperature and wind over the past week. Harvesting powder on low angle, sheltered, north aspects has been the name of the game. It’s a relatively safe way to avoid the … Continue reading

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Avalanche Kills 2 in Teton National Park

Two well known skiers from Jackson Hole were killed in an avalanche yesterday. Steve Romeo and Chris Onufer were found this morning on Ranger Peak in Teton National Park. This devastating avalanche season is now at 27 fatalities in the … Continue reading

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Sunday Tour

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Game On!

Squaw was firing on all cylinders Friday. Conditions were rocking and so were the crowds. Cars were parked along Squaw Valley road about a half mile past the post office. At 11AM traffic was still bumper to bumper all the … Continue reading

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Ramping Up!

Conditions went from good to great on Wednesday. Kind of funny that the first day of the season where you didn’t need to worry about hidden stumps and rocks fell on leap day. Storm totals should be about 4 to … Continue reading

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