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the Mountain Pulse Jackson Hole Skiing Snowboarding

Knee deep, waist deep, chest deep, even overhead! A pacific storm system ran through The Hole yesterday like a freight train depositing over 30 inches of snow in 36 hours. Awakening to crystal clear skies, the stage was set for a day that would go down in history. Standing at the base of the tram, a brilliant blue backdrop framed the cascading mountain landscape. Truly an Ansel Adams moment if there ever was one. From top to bottom, every aspect and pitch put their best foot forward. Turn after turn of untracked powder greeted riders lucky enough to be there.
As the snow continues to pile up, cliff bands are disappearing and secret huts are getting buried. At this pace, spring skiing conditions will come in May. The base of snow recorded this week in Rendezvous Bowl is the deepest on record for the month of March. While riders push themselves to the limit, soaking up every last turn, so is Old-Man winter. Finish strong through the line & give it all you got!

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