Photo: Roy Miller. Courtesy Alpinist Magazine Doodz…Check out this photo of the big rockfall in the Stettner Couloir of the Grand Teton I blogged about over the Labor Day weekend. I found this photo on the Alpinist Magazine Reader’s Blog.
My new PR for car to summit on the Grand Teton I’ve been feeling like a slacker aerobically lately, so I decided to run the Grand today. It is the best workout we have and all. I managed to best my personal record for CTS (car to summit) by five minutes and my CTC (car […]
I wouldn’t consider myself an expert on skiing the Grand Teton, but I have skied it a few times in both powder and spring-snow conditions, and feel I have a good idea of what to expect up there. Recently, I’ve gotten some trip reports from others who have had successful descents on the mountain in […]
Brian Ladd hikes around Taggart Lake after losing a ski in a slough avalanche in Avalanche Canyon. About halfway to the fork in Avalanche Canyon today was when I knew I should have gone skiing on Teton Pass instead. It was snowing really hard now, and you could hear the winds ripping on the peaks […]
This photo of our ski tracks on the Grand Teton was on the front page of this weekend’s edition of the Jackson Hole News and Guide. Great view of a fracture line on the East Face above the Otterbody Snowfields too. Tracks from local skiers Steve Romeo, Brian Harder, Reed Finlay and Dustin Lemke are […]
Great day yesterday climbing and skiing the Ford/Stettner route on the Grand Teton with Brian Harder, Reed Finlay and Dustin Lemke. We got a 4 AM start and broke trail, booting from the meadows all the way to the summit…and my quads were quivering at the end of the day. We had a leisurely pace, […]
Note: OK, just click on thumbnails for larger images…thanks. I couldn’t find anyone to ski with yesterday, so I went on a solo adventure back up into Garnett Canyon. I checked the temps when I woke up, the Airport read 10F…the top of the Village said 20F…a nice inversion! The sun was rising just as […]