I got out with Penn Newhard and Greg Williams from Backbone Media this past Tuesday and even though the temps weren’t that cold, the snow still set up nice to make for fast spring time travel. We toured up to the Teewinot/Mt Owen Plateau and skied the Southwest Couloir of Teewinot. Here are some pictures from the trip. Ciao for now!
Greg leads Team Backbone low down in Glacier Gultch.
Now they know why I brought them here.
Greg gets started up the Southwest Couloir of Teewinot.
Penn boots into the sun after the first step in the couloir.
The snow got smoother and the slope got steeper the higher we climbed.
Penn and Greg head towards the East Prong.
Full sun and no wind on the East Prong.
John Griber SKIS a neighboring line.
Randosteve watches John Griber ski his line.
Greg and Penn rallying towards the entrance of the couloir.
Penn dropping into the Southwest Couloir of Teewinot.
Penn milks the right, soft side of the couloir.
Greg feeling the power of the Tetons.
Penn brings the telemark turn back to the Tetons.
Randosteve shows him how the locals do it.
Nice to see the Backbone boys getting it done.
Am I the only one that was oohhing and ahhhing at the bubble fun on the Grand? Looking rather FAT!
Ooops – I meant the Hossack. Wrong peak.
Nice save Kendall! I thought it looked pretty good too…but I’m frightened of it.
Liking those new ProBar flavors….thanks!