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4 Posts tagged “South Teton”

Success (Finally) in the Southwest Couloir

When you hear Teton skiers talk about skiing the Southwest Couloir, you most likely would think of the southwest couloirs on the Middle Teton or Mount Moran , which are well known (as far as ski descents go) here in the Teton Range. Early this season though, I somehow got the itch to explore the [...]

The South Teton's East Ridge

After spending five hours in the car on Friday driving to the trailhead only to turn around and drive another five hours back to Jackson, needless to say I was fired up to get out and get some skiing in this weekend. The local forecast was for temps in the low twenties at night, which [...]

Video TR: Skiing the Southeast Couloir of the South Teton

I was testing out a new helmet cam on this trip and the picture was a little over exposed…sorry! I also included the YouTube version in case anyone is having trouble with the Vimeo feed.

Southeast Couloir Stoke

Got a little lucky a couple days ago and had a fun descent of the Southeast Couloir on the South Teton with Chris Figenshau. While many aspects seem to be pretty wind hammered right now, the steep, easterly slopes in the couloir held some surprisingly good snow. I had my helmet cam with me and [...]