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Mid-June Powder Day at Grand Targhee

After months of writing stories on the late-season storms which have been slamming Colorado, we're happy to report that the Tetons are yet again the best place to score powder in the Mountain West. Seems like a bold claim, but we've got evidence to back it up: Powderchaser Steve. Steve is the founder of Powderchasers, a group of avid skiers/meteorologists who put together forecasts for deep-snow enthusiasts. He always knows where to find the powder, so his presence is a near-foolproof indicator of best-in-region snow conditions. 

RELATED: Colorado's Snowpack is 539% of Average

June skiing normally involves a lot of hiking for some mediocre corn-skiing. That is certainly not what we're seeing in the Powderchasers' video. It looks like they managed to find some deep and light snow amongst the 'Ghee's stone outcroppings. Faceshots in June—that's a concept we can get behind!

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