Groomer Days

Powder days are fun, but that zipper sound that my skis make across fresh corduroy can’t be beat! Sometimes the fog even lifts, and the sun pops out to reveal giant fir trees coated in impossibly thick blankets of white snow. The sky looks a pure, deep blue from up near 10,000 ft elevation, and sometimes puffy white clouds even come out to play.

 Ripping down Raven Wood

 Me skiing down that final steep drop on Raven Wood
Me skiing down that final steep drop on Raven Wood
 Max in Chief Joseph's Bowl
Max in Chief Joseph’s Bowl

A morning of clear blue skies and and the first rays of sunlight as it peeks over the mountains to warm up ghost trees.

 Ripping groomers on Slim's Shot at Grand Targhee

 Skiing groomers

 Skiing down Slim's Shot and onto the Teton Vista Traverse

 Ripping fresh groomers

 Skiing groomers - Chief Joseph's Bowl at Grand Targhee

 Skiing Chief Joseph's Bowl at Grand Targhee

 Ripping groomers

And I love to take in the scenic views with a few fresh inches on top of the groomers and frosted white trees.

 Skiing Grand Targhee

 Skiing through ghost trees

 Skiing through huge snowy trees

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