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DREAMTIME, our only sale of the year. July 26 - August 11, 2021

Still. Going. Strong.

I'm not sure what happened, but winter has taken over in the Tetons and doesn't seem to be letting go. And that's fine with me. Here are a few photos from the past 2-3 weeks:

(thanks to Don Watkins and Patrick Nelson for the photos)

Climbing Radio Tower Couloir on Togwotee Pass on my b-day:

Oh and Yes those are some 112's. I was the lucky owner of a pair for a bit there and took full advantage. It was mostly corn while I skied them and they absolutely ripped. High speed arcing turns? Check. Slalom turns for fun? Check. 1000ft. couloirs in mixed snow? Fun.

Here's a drop in shot that makes the snow look WAY better than it was:

Took the 138's out sled skiing once it started snowing again and had a blast. This was an enjoyable May 1:

And I even hauled the 138's about 4k vert up Mt. St. John this past Sunday to ski some pow and corn:

Hopefully everyone else is enjoying an extended season. Seems like we'll have at least another month of good snow and easy approaches in the Tetons.