Grand Targhee and Teton Pass
A group of skiers headed to Wyoming's Grand Targhee and Teton Pass in search of powder. Here, Ed Dujardin tees up and stomps this double line above Teton Pass on day two of the trip.
Tom Runcie crosses them up as he sends a cornice off of Peaked Mountain ridge at Grand Targhee ski area.
Will Dujardin gets his 2013 season started the right way, in deep.
Will Dujardin and Tom Runcie strap skis to their packs at the top of Teton Pass in preparation for the 1,500-plus- foot bootpack up to the summit of Mt. Glory.
Tom Runcie hikes past the beacon checkpoint on the Mt. Glory bootpack. With backcountry travel off of Teton Pass at an all time high, measures have been taken to promote backcountry safety and avalanche awareness among the hundreds of daily users.
Tom Runcie reminds himself that any turn you earn always feels better.
Ed Dujardin works his way through one of the many hallways of fresh and deep snow below Mt. Glory on Teton Pass.
Consistently ranked in the top 10 resorts of the continental U.S. for annual snowfall, Grand Targhee enjoys the kind of consistent winter weather that allows it to advertise a "Super Snow Guarantee." Needless to say, we didn't have to ask for a refund.
After a long, cold bootpack in high winds and early morning darkness, Will Dujardin is treated to a beautiful Wydaho sunrise as he rips back toward Wyoming Hwy 22 over Teton Pass.
The crew participates in the obligatory hitchhike routine to get back to the bootpack trailhead at the top of Teton Pass for lap number two of the day.