In the aftermath of a furiously deep snow storm earlier in February, which dumped 100 inches in 12 days and closed down the resort for five days due to a power outage, Jackson Hole is still getting pounded. Earlier this week, the resort received another three feet of snow in four days, and there’s more snow in the forecast.
Jackson Hole Mountain Resort has already broken several of their own snowfall records, including their snowiest February on record (126″) and the deepest snowpack that Rendezvous Bowl as every seen (155″). Now, they’re on track to break their entire season’s record…
Local Snowboard Pros Bryan Iguchi & Jamie Lynn Shred JHMR | Feb. 22, 2017
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