(Last Updated On: April 23, 2012)
Last week was my spring break. For a couple of months now, we realized we probably weren’t going to be spending my break in Colorado due to our poor snow pack. So, we set our sites on the Tetons. Mid-week, we attempted the Grand Teton. Due to a few different situations, we were shut down. Still we had a great time and chalked it up as an opportunity to gather beta for the next try. Frank is currently sifting through photos for a trip report. In the meantime, we’ll move on to our next stop: Grand Targhee.
After our Grand Teton attempt, clouds moved in and unstable weather surrounded the region. While we had hopes of hitting more great Teton lines, it was clear that the weather was not going to cooperate. Rather than fight it, we joined it. We decided to chase the powder. We stopped for an afternoon ski at Grand Targhee which had 5+ inches of fresh.
There were plenty of fresh tracks left, especially on the Sacajawea chair. So, there we went.
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