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Goodbye Willie Neal

Wow, life sure throws you curve balls sometimes and it’s often really hard to know for what purpose certain thing happen. Yesterday morning I got a phone call from my boss informing me about the death of Jackson youth, Willie Neal. Willie was killed when a car stuck him while roller skiing on the side […]

Photo of the Day

Steve Romeo skins near Icefloe Lake in Grand Teton National Park. Photo: Dustin Lemke. Trip report here.  

FKNA! Extreme Verbier Part II

Some of you may remember last week’s Extreme Verbier video. Kaj Zackrisson also had a sicker line at the comp. Some may argue that Kaj’s run was not as fluid and hard charging as the second place line, but he nails some big airs in insanely step terrain with serious consequences in the event of […]

FKNA! Xtreme Verbier

Remembering Doug Coombs

Today marks the 3rd anniversary of the death of Doug Coombs, one of the greatest skiers to ever have lived. Please remember him with respect and a prayer to whatever spirit you believe in tonight, as you lay down to sleep. I’m sure skiing the clouds is better than skiing powder. You are truly missed […]

Photo of the Day

Skinning across Jackson Lake yesterday

Video: Have A GRAND Ski Season

I’m working on a new design for TetonAT.com and was going through some of my old photos…building a nice photo gallery for the new website. Anyway, I put this little slideshow together to get you even more stoked than you are for the upcoming winter. Hope you like it! TetonAT.com Videos from Randosteve on Vimeo.

Bill Briggs Accepted into the Skiing Hall of Fame

Bill Briggs rockin the Hootenanny. Big congratulations to the first descentionist of the Grand Teton, Bill Briggs for his induction into the US National Ski and Snowboard Hall of Fame.  Rumor has it Bill found out on Monday night at the weekly Hootenanny Event held at Dornan’s in Moose.  Bill’s induction has been long in […]

Yellowstone TR: Bechler Hot Springs

Randokitty enters Mr Bubbles on the Bechler River. I’ve lived in Jackson for over 15 years now, and during that time, I’ve never done any real exploring of Yellowstone, the crown jewel of our national park system. Though Yellowstone is loaded with some amazing and beautiful country, it is also packed with tourist and RV’s […]

Yellowstone Teaser

I’m just back from a few days of hot spring soaking in the Yellowstone backcountry. Here’s a little teaser of some crazy natural wonders. More later! TetonAT.com Videos from Randosteve on Vimeo.

TetonAT Videos: Turns All Year, September 2008

Hope you enjoy this little video from skiing on September 30th, 2008. Although there wasn’t much snow, the skiing was exciting! Keep your eyes out for a nice face plant by one of those involved. I just couldn’t stay away from using more Pearl Jam for the soundtrack either. TetonAT.com Videos from Randosteve on Vimeo.

First Descent of Mount Shkhara

Congratulation to Hans Sari Memorial Fund recipients for their first descent of Mount Shkhara (17,063′) in the Caucasus Mountains in the Republic of Georgia. Earlier this summer, Jason Thompson, Seth Waterfall, and Tyler Jones spent 15 days waiting out weather and skiing it’s South Face. For more on the descent, visit Climbing.com. That’s all I […]

Think YOU'RE Fast? Jimmy Chin Solo Skis The Grand Teton, Middle Teton and South Teton

Jimmy Chin’s Trifecta Route. Click here for larger image. Well, on occasions I do, but when I hear about days like the following, I feel like I’m slow as molasses. Photographer, skier/climber and The North Face sponsored athlete, Jimmy Chin shot me an email last week breaking down his recent (last Friday) light and fast […]

Everest Torch Bearer Visits Moosely

Ciren Wang Mu carried the Olympic torch to the summit of Mount Everest. Now I don’t want to get into the whole political side of China and the Olympics, but I don’t think they should have closed off the mountain for this event and I will say I think the Olympics shouldn’t be about politics…but […]

Dhaulagiri Ski Expedition Film

At a time when a lot of ski expeditions to the Himalaya are getting ready to head out, Fredrick Ericsson sent me a link to a video he has put together from his attempt to ski Dhaulagiri, the 7th highest peak in the world, last year. The film is a blend of cultural, landscape and […]

Report Your Sheep! Teton Range Bighorn Sheep Project

Not one from the Teton herd, but I have seen some while skiing the SE Face of the South Teton, Static Peak, and Eagles Rest. With the big snows this year, there is no doubt a lot of wildlife have had a hard time and unfortunately paid the ultimate price. It’s requested that if you’re […]

The Power of Mother Nature

Well, looks like some fresh snow out this way today…not a whole lot though. Our snow surface was starting to get a bit on the brown side, so it’s nice get a fresh new layer going. I want to thank my Mom for forwarding this story to me. It’s not about skiing…or racing …or gear. […]

Togwotee Pass: Radio Tower Couloir

Bryan climbs a steep section at the top of Radio Tower Couloir. Having trouble deciding if it’s safe enough in the high country last Friday, I decided to head up to Togwotee Pass and ski Radio Tower Couloir. This line’s proximity right next to the road and the Continental Divide make it a great way […]

Getting My Mind Right

I’ve had a few days off back in Jackson after getting home from Europe. I’m glad too because I’ve been having a bugger of a time getting my internal clock reset and have been waking up at 3 and 4am the past few days…though daylight savings time helped a bit yesterday. The weather has been […]