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As it currently stands this has been the second snowiest February on record and bluebird skies have been rare. This morning was an exception to “Stormuary” and skies dawned blue. The Jackson Hole Backcountry Guides headed out to nearby Cody Peak to take advantage of the sunshine and deep snow.

Head guide Dave Miller leads the way.
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Editor’s Note: Jackson Hole Mountain Resort (JHMR) neither encourages nor discourages backcountry touring. Skiers/snowboarders crossing out of the JHMR boundaries do so at their own risk. Read the posted signs at the designated access gates before proceeding. Call the Bridger-Teton National Forest Backcountry Avalanche Hazard & Weather Forecast at 307.733.2664 for more information or contact our Guide Service at the Jackson Hole Mountain Sports School. 307.739.2779.

Heading on up…
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Dropping in!
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Choice powder skiing with the Jackson Hole Backcountry Guides. Taking advantage of bluebird until the next snow storm rolls in tomorrow!
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Gorgeous tracks down Powder 8′s face:
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Wide open powder skiing at the base of Cody Peak:
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Just another day in paradise:
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More info on the Jackson Hole Backcountry Guides