Where to get fresh pow Sunday morning: Cascades (Mt. Baker, Stevens Pass); Idaho (Schweitzer); Tetons (Grand Targhee, Jackson); Montana (Great Divide, Bridger Bowl) Baker and Stevens Pass should be quite deep and lowering snow levels mean blower pow up high. I’d say Grand Targhee and Jackson should also be great for first chair on Sunday … Continue reading
We skied Grand Targhee, Wyoming, Sunday and Monday. Great. Autumn. skiing. Targhee now has 100 percent of its terrain open, a 53-inch base, and 10 feet of snowfall for the season with lots more snow on the way this week. We just loved ripping 2,000-foot-vertical laps from open to close. I can’t wait to get … Continue reading
Update 11/29: Up to 30 inches with locally higher amounts may fall above 9,000 in the Tetons from Friday morning to Sunday night! Original post 11/28: Tetons skiers and riders get ready for up to two feet of fresh snow in the Tetons by Sunday night. See the Jackson Hole Forecast here. It’ll be wet … Continue reading
Snow is en route! It will be very wintry over much of the West starting late this week and lasting into early next week. See the reports from Powderchasers.com, OpenSnow.com and Tahoe Weather Discussion. This is perfect timing for the opening of the Breckenridge Ski Resort on Friday, Nov. 9. In addition to snow, temperatures … Continue reading
Loveland is opening Tuesday, Oct. 23! Meanwhile, ski areas in the Sierra have been getting pounded with 2-4 feet likely on favored ranges and aspects. Snow is also hitting the Cascades, Tetons, Wasatch and, soon, the Rockies in Colorado. And it’s only October! I think we have a long, powder-filled winter ahead of us.
Let me cut to the chase: Snake River Brewery’s Pako’s EYE-P-A is my all-time favorite American-style India Pale Ale beer (so far). The story: I first tried Pako’s on draft at the Snake River Brewery in Jackson, Wyoming in January 2011 while on a ski trip with my buddy Brian after ripping deep powder all day at Jackson … Continue reading
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