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Sunset from the Upper Saddle on the Grand Traverse

Mike and I only recently decided that we'd like to complete the Grand Traverse this year, and as soon as we started planning, things started to come together alarmingly quickly for us.  With a cold, moisture laden weather system headed towards Jackson with the potential...

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This spring in the Tetons was a good one.  However, a consistent slow trickle of precipitation made most days unsuitable for venturing into the high country, as clear skies were somewhat of a rarity.  This trip report comes a few days after an unseasonably cold...

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The Grand presented itself beautifully earlier this week: clear skies, zero wind, and soft, stable snow throughout the morning hours.  Forgoing a night's sleep in favor of a true alpine start seemed a small price to pay for such great conditions, so Drew and I...

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With two days of sun and another clear, warm day ahead of us, Kevin and I knew we had to seize the opportunity for a nice long tour in the park before the return of unsettled weather.  On today's menu were the Koven and Diagonal...

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The East Face of the Middle is a line I'd had my eye on for nearly a year before finally getting the chance to ski it.  With one zone of significant exposure and slopes near 60 degrees, this wasn't a route to be skied without...

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Sustained high pressure in Jackson for the first time in a while means lots of people have been fired up about getting out into the park recently, despite the generally poor skiing conditions up high.  On today's menu:  the South Teton.  Nobody in our party...

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