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[All photos courtesy of The Rolling Van]

To end the snowiest Jackson Hole January on record, Ski.com and The Rolling Van headed to Wyoming to see what all the hype was about. Was it really that deep? Would it be as epic as advertised?

Flying into the Jackson Hole airport, Dream Job hires, Aaron Macrae and Matt Chick were greeted by rain in the valley and a forecast covered in snow. Needless to say, there was a level of uncertainty in the air regarding the weather for the upcoming week and we prayed for a sliver of blue in the NOAA 7-day forecast.

Related: Day #4 of the Ski.com Dream Job – 11″ of Bluebird Powder

Thanks be to Ullr, those prayers and were answered and we got the full Jackson Hole experience. From untracked powder to bluebird cross country tracks beneath the Tetons, the conditions couldn’t have been better for this talented duo of content creators. Looking back, here are just a few of the Rolling Van’s most memorable Jackson Hole moments.


Cross-country skiing in Grand Teton National Park

The Taggart Lake trail head provides users with one of the best best XC ski tracks in North America

Classic western breakfast at Nora’s Fish Creek Inn

Definitively worth the detour into Wilson, Wyoming

Early-ups followed by first tracks down The Headwall

Powder turns and blue skies, does it get any better?

Storm Skiing with Jackson Hole Mountain Resort athlete, Forrest Jillson

Steep and deep off the Thunder Chairlift

Nomming on Luxury Shrimp at the Kitchen

Another order of these please?

Bar hopping around downtown Jackson Hole [The Local > Cowboy Bar > The Wort Hotel]

One Ton Pig entertains for an enthusiastic crowd during Tuesday night bluegrass at The Wort Hotel

Mid-mountain lunch at Piste

Airplane chicken (breast with wings) at Piste

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