Monthly Archives: February 2013

Powder in Jackson Hole 

A storm rolled through the Tetons on the last weekend of February, blanketing Jackson Hole with more than a foot of pristine powder. The snow that dropped during the storm pushed Jackson Hole Mountain resort over the 300-inch mark for the season, making it one of the best destinations in North America to visit if […]

Mary Jane, Blue Sky Basin, Highland Bowl and other notable terrain across Ski Country 

Last Friday I had the pleasure of visiting Winter Park Ski Resort for the first time. After reading and hearing about it for the last few years, I knew my one task at hand for the day was to make it over to their famed terrain for bumps and trees: Mary Jane Mountain. After a morning of […]