By the Numbers | February aka “Storm-ruary”

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Jackson Hole hasn’t seen a February with more snow since 1986.  February has been the second snowiest on record, with well over 11 feet falling (140″ to be exact).  Since the snow globe got shaken up on 1/27, there have only been three days without measurable snowfall.  Mother nature isn’t calling it quits either, with… Read more »

Z | February with Exum Guides

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This february has been like none other I have experienced – 26 straight days of snow in the Tetons, totaling over 130 inches, and the trend continues! Living in the snow globe – it can be hard to decipher one day from another – but one week really stands out.

Bluebird Powder Day with the Jackson Hole Backcountry Guides

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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… Read more »

A Sneaky Situation that Drops Almost Two Feet of Powder

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This February has been nicknamed Stormuary by some of the locals in Jackson Hole. Storms keep rolling in one after another. The weather has been unrelenting, dropping copious amounts of powder practically every day. After three weeks of snow, to top it off, on February 23rd, we received 19” in 24 hours with 15” falling after the lifts… Read more »

It’s not just about the down – The Epic feat of SkiMo

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Howdy, Jax n’ Lance here to explore the epic feat of SkiMo with you. SkiMo (Randonee) can be defined as the following from wiki: This is a form of ski touring that variously combines the sports of Telemark, Alpine and Backcountry skiing with that of mountaineering. The spectrum of ski mountaineering spans from ascending a… Read more »