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Mini-Ice Age?

Paging Ptor Spricenieks…Ptor Spricenieks to the courtesy phone please. If you’ve followed this blog and the comments at all over the years, you know that on most weather related posts, Ptor Spricenieks usually chimes in about solar flares and other weather anomalies that I can’t even pronounce, never mind understand. So, I’m wondering what he […]

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Taylor Mountain Avalanche

Taylor Mountain avalanche, January 24, 2012. Today, a highly experienced local avalanche guru caused a stir on Taylor Mountain and the Coal Creek region on the west side of Teton Pass when an intentionally triggered avalanche resulted in more than he bargained for. The slide grew in size quickly, pulling out far to the skier’s […]

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Props To Teton Pass WYDOT Crew

While you have been sleeping the past few days, WYDOT crews have been working their butts off trying to get Teton Pass’s Highway 22 open and safe for car travel. As you can see in the photo below, with all the new snow Jackson Hole have been getting, this hasn’t been an easy task and […]

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Got WY Wind?

They probably have one of these for every state that thinks they have off-the-charts wind. Still kind of humorous though.

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TetonSnowInfo Summary For Weather/Snow Geeks

For those of you that just can’t get enough weather info and love to crunch the numbers and study graphs, TetonSnowInfo has created a nice Snow/Weather Summary Report web page that puts all of the past month’s weather and snow information into easy to read graphs. You can pick different snow and weather stations to […]

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New Teton Mobile Avalanche/Weather Forecast Site

Just in time for the epic avalanche cycle we are about to enter is the release of a new mobile avalanche and weather website for Teton County, called JHAvi.com.  You might ask what makes this site better than the BTNF 7AM forecast that gets emailed to your phone, I mean it doesn’t get any more […]

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Knee Pain and Barometric Pressure

I don’t know about you, but my knee has been killing me over the past few weeks. I’ve had a couple surgeries on my right knee (ACL reconstruction/Spring 1994, meniscus clean-up/Summer 1996) and it often pops, clicks and swells up on occasion. Some say that certain types of weather patterns can influence joint pain and […]

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Busy, Busy, Busy…

Moonrise on Teton Pass, 12/8/11. Sorry for the lack of content lately, but the Rondo-itinerary has been very packed over the past couple weeks and I’m currently smack dab in the middle of a four day photo shoot. It is slim pickings as far as powder goes, since it hasn’t snowed much in the last […]

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Chalk and Ski

Well, it appears as though things are starting to shape-up up here as-far-as coverage goes and this latest wave of moisture will really help open up some more terrain to get the season going. Even though some locations out there have a thick windslab and depth hoar layer that could be rather hazardous, I was […]

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Hurricane Irene Treats ADK Skiers to New Slides

Have to admit, this one looks pretty sick! I’ve been following along a bit with the reports of flooding and general destruction in the northeast from hurricane Irene. (My folks still live in New England, they finally got power back yesterday.) It’s hard to think of skiing in August when the rain is pounding down […]

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Ka-Pow…Early Winter 2011-2012 Predictions

Now that is what I’m taking about! Full report and early analysis HERE.

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2011-2012 Powder Forecast

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Icy North Face Static Peak

Got a little sketched-out skiing the North Face of Static Peak the other day, a first for me as it usually looks rocky and terrifying. Morning clouds and wind kept things firm on aspects that typically get sun at first light. I knew it would be icy, but went for it anyway. (It’s good training…right?) […]

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Getting Further Away In Snowshoe Canyon

Paradise in Snowshoe Canyon. Click all photos for larger image. Sooo, I’ve been trying to plan and put together an overnight trip into Snowshoe Canyon all winter, but the overall conditions never really lined up. (At least on my days off.) Snowshoe Canyon lies just north of Moran Canyon and is one of the few […]

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Teton Skiers: Choose Your Line Wisely

Good news Teton skiers! It looks like spring might finally be moving in to the Jackson Hole region next week. (Maybe?) I know it has been a snowy winter and most folks are chomping at the bit to get into the high peaks and hit that line they have been thinking about all season. And […]

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