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The Grand Teton Ski

  The Grand Teton ski was released by Dynafit in December 2012 in memory of Steve and will be available through winter 2015!  A portion of the proceeds from the sale of this ski goes directly to the Steve Romeo Memorial Fund supporting ski mountaineering education, avalanche awareness and safety, and environmental and conservation issues. […]

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The Steve Romeo Memorial Fund

We are proud to announce the establishment of the Steve Romeo Memorial Fund.  This fund will honor the memory of Steve by supporting areas associated with his love of skiing, including: ski mountaineering instruction and safety, avalanche awareness and safety, environmental and conservation issues, as well as general projects for the benefit for the community […]

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Thank You

We, the family of Steve Romeo, would like to thank everyone who has visited  TetonAT over the years.  We would especially, like to thank those who took advantage of the comment part of the website.  They were always, thoughtful, conversation provoking and sometimes very funny to read. On June 1st 2012 (Stephen’s birthday), we will […]

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Randosteve, You are not forgotten. Part I

  Steve “Randosteve” “Randomeo” “Randobewan Skinobee” “X-Steve” Romeo, 40, of Jackson was caught in avalanche March 7 on the north side of Waterfalls Canyon near Ranger Peak in Grand Teton National Park.  He was accompanied by fellow backcountry skier, Chris Onufer.  Neither survived. Steve was born in Manchester, Conn., and graduated from East Catholic High […]

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Randosteve, You are not forgotten. Part II

                                   

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From one skier to another…

A week ago today – Randosteve showing Kershaw Finlay (X-Reed’s son) how to properly grip a ski pole. Steve was so happy! Steve and Chris we love you! – Randokitty and X-Reed

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“A Life Ascending” This Thursday

If you missed the screening of “A Life Ascending” when it played in Jackson Hole last winter as part of the Banff Mountain Film Festival, don’t fret…as you will have another chance to see this great film on Thursday, March 1st, at 7PM in the Snow King Teton Room. Tickets are available at Skinny Skis […]

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JHMR Announces New Casper High Speed Quad

Jerry Blann talks about the new Casper high-speed quad-chair. During a mid-day press conference yesterday, Jackson Hole Mountain Resort President, Jerry Blann, announced the replacement of the old, very slow and dated Casper triple chair for the 2012/13 ski season. Its replacement will be a detachable high-speed quad that will nearly double the uphill capacity […]

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Skinny Skis Avalanche Awareness Night…THIS WEEK!!!

It’s that time of year again, and the Skinny Skis Avalanche Awareness Night is this Thursday, December 1st, from 6-9pm in the Grand Teton Room at Snow King. (Details below.) This event has become quite huge over the years and this year it is slated to be better than ever. Our guest speaker is Karl […]

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More Grand Teton Speed Porn

Well, since someone (Brian Story) came within 3 minutes of breaking the Grand Teton speed descent record this weekend, as well as an impressive time on a Grand, Middle and South Teton ski descent link-up (Nathan Brown and Zahan Billamoria, 10:39), this video of Bryce Thatcher and Creighton King’s battle for the summer ascent and […]

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New Book: 50 Classic Ski Descents of North America

This looks rather interesting and is due out in mid October. Unfortunately my “classic” submission got cut from the book because it was too exotic. Not a bad problem to have I guess. I still look forward to seeing the final production version though. Fifty Classic Ski Descents of North America is a large format […]

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Ice Axe From Grand Teton Lightning Incident

I received this photo from Jeff Witt, a climbing guide who works with Exum Mountain Guides.  It is of an ice axe that was with one of the parties injured and pinned down by lightning near the summit of the Grand Teton last Wednesday. We’ve all heard of blue sparks or humming coming from our […]

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Koch and Turiano Speak At JH High School Tonight

Thanks to the Jackson Hole Historical Society, tonight we can listen to Stephen Koch and Thomas Turiano tell tales of the early days exploring the wilds and shredding the peaks of the Teton Range. Both of these guys were big players in the development of new ski routes in Grand Teton National Park and Turiano’s […]

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