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First Tracks Already in Utah and Wyoming

Forget carving pumpkins, there’s snow in the mountains! This weekend the Rocky Mountain region received enough snow that people were pulling out their touring equipment. From the photos and videos, it’s clear they weren’t being overzealous, the coverage was legitimate. In Utah there was about 14" of fresh snow, and Jackson scored about 16" of freshies.

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Meanwhile, this winter weather is a good reminder to start refreshing your avalanche safety education. Check out TGR's  safety week series for resources and tips.

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Why Wild Barn Coffee Hosted an All-female Nude Ski Event
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Why Wild Barn Coffee Hosted an All-female Nude Ski Event

Why Wild Barn Coffee Hosted an All-female Nude Ski Event

This week in 'Women in the Mountains' we sat down with Wild Barn Coffee’s Jenny Verrochi who masterminded an underground women’s naked ski event. Sounds cheeky and chilly! Will Beihoffer photo. On March 20th, you could see a full moon on top of Bluebird Backcountry’s West Bowl. Well, 22 full moons to be exact. It was all part of a women's event focused on one beautiful, singular goal: skiing butt naked in the backcountry. The cheeky idea came from Jenny Verrochi, who’s based in Boulder,

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​Santiago Vega Makes First Disabled Descent of Grand Teton
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​Santiago Vega Makes First Disabled Descent of Grand Teton

​Santiago Vega Makes First Disabled Descent of Grand Teton

Earlier this month, Santiago Vega completed the first-known disabled ski descent of the Grand Teton with IFMGA guide Mark Smiley via the Ford-Stettner Couloir, one of the 50 Classic Ski Descents on North America. Vega was born with Fibular Hemimelia on his right leg and Poly-syndactyly on right hand. At 5 months old, Santi and his family began traveling from Santiago, Chile to Salt Lake City once a year medical treatment at Shiners Hospital. In Utah, Vega started ski racing at age 14 and

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Listen to John Collinson on The Powell Movement
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Listen to John Collinson on The Powell Movement

Listen to John Collinson on The Powell Movement

John Collinson’s upbringing was a little different than most pro skiers. He grew up in a closet in Snowbird employee housing with his older sister Angel, and didn’t do many things that most kids do. However, what he did experience was unfathomable, like summiting Rainier at 4 years old, summiting Everest at 17, and so much more. On the podcast, Mike Powell and Collinson talk about how he went from the closet to his sister's shadow, to pro skier, to social media influencer known for his