Sign In:

×

Last Step!

Please enter your public display name and a secure password.

Plan to post in the forums? Change your default forum handle here!

×
×

It Already Looks like Mid-Season in Montana

Mother nature doesn't seem to care that the winter solstice isn't for a few more weeks—just look at the conditions in Montana. It's been snowing so much in the state that it's looking like mid-February, not the end of October. According to state meteorologists, all this snowfall has shattered a 35-year-old record. So far in September and October, the state received half of its average annual snowfall for the year, and it's likely to not slow down anytime soon. 

RELATED: First tracks in Jackson and Utah

Check out how things are looking at Big Sky Resort

Embed

Play
READ THE STORY
This Telluride Ski Bum Passed Away, and His Obit is The Stuff of Legends
Up Next Ski

This Telluride Ski Bum Passed Away, and His Obit is The Stuff of Legends

This Telluride Ski Bum Passed Away, and His Obit is The Stuff of Legends

Randall Jacobs was a self-described Arizona desert rat, Telluride ski bum, and connoisseur of the better things in life. Legacy.com photo. We never knew Randall Jacobs, but we sure wish that we did. Randall Jacobs, a self-described Arizona desert rat, Telluride ski bum, and connoisseur of the better things in life known as “Uncle Bunky” passed away earlier this month. According to his legendary obituary, crafted by his nephew, pays homage to the hang-loose lifestyle Jacobs seemed to

Play
READ THE STORY
It’s Now June, and The French Are Still Skiing HUGE Lines in Chamonix
Up Next Ski

It’s Now June, and The French Are Still Skiing HUGE Lines in Chamonix

It’s Now June, and The French Are Still Skiing HUGE Lines in Chamonix

It seems like all that quarantine stay-at-home training got a select crew of Chamoniards into the best shape of their lives. With normal ski season long gone, the likes of Leo Slemett, Pica Herry, Vivian Bruchez, and countless other local guides and athletes are still getting after it in the Mont Blanc massif. That means massive slogs from the valley floor into zones like the famous Argentiere Basin, Tof Henry taking up the art of speedflying, or finding new first descents on Mont Blanc

Play
READ THE STORY
Video: Ted Ligety Reminds Us That Ripping Groomers Rules
Up Next Ski

Video: Ted Ligety Reminds Us That Ripping Groomers Rules

Video: Ted Ligety Reminds Us That Ripping Groomers Rules

Last spring, Ted Ligety and Antti Autti met up at Snowbird to rip groomers and search for the perfect turn while creating SHRED.’s short film, . United by a passion for carving, one of the greatest skiers of all time and one of the best snowboarders in the world embraced everything the mountain has to offer. Each brought his own creativity and style to the snow. RELATED: Check out the TGR Journal Vol. 1 With corduroy as their canvas, they revealed that nothing compares to the beauty and