TetonAT Milestone

Well…I don’t know about biggest fan, but Tri Roberts from Kentucky helped me pass my first milestone…and I’m trying to not let it go to my head. He asked for my autograph…and on a TetonAT visor he bought over the winter no less. Thanks for stopping by the shop Tri! And thanks to all those […]

Got Eagles?

I floated and fished the Snake River while RandoDad was in town. He recently got a new Nikon D-something camera and got to practice shooting with it on the abundant number of eagles we saw. I cropped and edited them a bit to be able to check out the birds up close, because who doesn’t […]

RandoDad in JH

Steve Romeo Sr. arrives at the Jackson Hole Airport. Smoke from forest fires on the west coast makes for hazy skies. Have a great weekend! I know we will!

2007/2008 TetonAT.com Slideshow

I figured now is as good a time as any to look back on this past season. It was filled with an absurd number of powder days, rando races here at home and overseas, as well as a few new descents that I was finally able to cross off the tick list (Gannett Peak, SE […]

Randokitty in Redrocks Climbing Stoke

Now that the rain has mellowed out a little here in Jackson, I figured I’d give in a little to those summer lovers and show some cool pics from Randokitty and her friend Lauren’s trip to Redrocks a couple weeks ago. This was Randokitty’s first climbing trip since ACL reconstruction in December. Meow!!!! Randokitty leads […]

Cheney Goes Golfing

Thanks…A LOT!

Officer-“Can I ask you where you are going?” Randosteve-“Skiing.” Officer-“Can I ask why you ran that stop sign?” Randosteve-“If you mean not quite coming to an absolute, matter of fact stop…it is because it is 4 o’clock in the morning and it is obvious that there is no sign of anyone coming in any direction […]

Off Season in Jackson

I’m thinking the snow on The King will last at least another month. I have to tell you…I’m loving these lazy days of spring. Its pretty slow in the shop, which makes late day laps on Snow King all the more enjoyable. I don’t even need to bring extra clothes as my MK’s seem to […]

Today…A Skier Was Born

Today, June 1st 1971, a skier was born. It took him a few years to realize it, but by the age of 4 (and the immeasurable thanks to his parents) he had experienced his first turn. As as child, his banzai, high-speed snow-plow descents were the entertainment of his family and friends, and he remembers […]

TetonAT.com in the JH News and Guide

I’m gambling with the weather for turns today, but a big thanks to Michael Perlman for his great piece on backcountry skiing blogs in the weekly edition of the Jackson Hole News and Guide yesterday. Michael was kind enough to feature TetonAT.com in his article “Backcountry-skiing Blogs Take Off”. He included some quotes from Steve […]


Christmas is a great time to get together with family. Unfortunately my family lives on the east coast (Merry Christmas guys), but I am lucky enough to have some people in this town that let me enjoy the holidays with them. Many thanks go to the Wilsons, McLures, Barbara Kenyon and Hessers for allowing me […]