TetonAT Videos: More Powder Skiing on Maverick

Had a TCSAR call-out yesterday afternoon. A skier hurt his back on the kickers built at the end of the road on the south side of The Pass. No comments on that one. We built an anchor out of skis, made a 3:1 and hauled him up to the road on a sked. The snowmobiles helped in moving man power to the scene, but it was pretty standard stuff and not too eventful. Got me out of work for a few hours. Hope he’s okay.

Man…there was been some great powder skiing around here lately. Last week we had storm after storm roll through and things are starting to shape up in the mountains. Nice to see The Village open up some more terrain…helps to reduce some of the pressure on The Pass. Unfortunately, the sun was pretty strong last Saturday and left a little bit of a sun crust on the southern exposures, but it looks like more of the white stuff has fallen since then.

Here, Reed Finlay, Brian Harder and I get the goods in GTNP last week…on one of those “whoomping” days. Mostly of Harder beer-cannin’ the powder…and of course, more Pearl Jam, “You’ve got to Hide Your Love Away”, NYC.


5 Responses to “TetonAT Videos: More Powder Skiing on Maverick”

  1. 1 JP Dec 12th, 2007 at 4:25 pm

    Keep em comin! Some of us need to live vicariously through others.

  2. 2 Randodad Dec 13th, 2007 at 6:16 pm

    A run of beauty. Too bad I just turned 71….

  3. 3 DV Dec 13th, 2007 at 8:40 pm

    I see you were poaching TG’s skin track…pass rats should stay on the pass where you belong!

    No really just don’t tell your readers how to access this spot otherwise I’ll have to send over otis the femur crusher.

  4. 4 randosteve Dec 14th, 2007 at 6:08 am


    Actually we put in the skin track this day.

  5. 5 brian harder Dec 15th, 2007 at 10:24 am

    Pass rats?? Right. Yeah, I don’t recall any skin track to poach that day. Tony came up behind us on his own line to the south. As for beta to the “spot”, Maverick is like the Village of the park. Not much access mystery for the those willing to do the work to get up there. It’s the work that will always keep them away, however. I would not sweat it much.

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