Wyoming has been blessed with 5 feet of new snow this week, and everyone is in a powder frenzy due to the slow start to our season. Time to get out and get deep safely with all of your bros while mixing in face shots, but do so with caution.
Bridger-Teton National Avalanche
forecasting center has been warning skiers and boarders about deep instabilities coupled with all of the new snow resting on top. It is time to practice those beacon skills and use good judgement while in the backcountry. Don't forget to always carry a shovel, probe
, and beacon
while backcountry skiing. We have all season so take care.
Enjoy the photos from Togwotee Pass and Grand Teton National Park during the calm before the storm.
Grand Teton National Park before the five foot dump, and still super thin down low. Steve Romeo skins through sage and willows.
Higher elevations yielded the first official face shots of the season for Matt Lloyd.
Romeo surfing the BD MegaWatts.
So fresh and so clean! The beginning of the big Pacific front covering up tracks with
Have a safe and enjoyable holiday season while getting in a face shot or two. 'Tis the season.
Labels: avalanche danger, Backcountry Skiing, bros, powder