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One Day at Jackson

March 19, 2012 was a day to remember at JH. With 19” of new snow at the resort and more like 2-3 feet outside the gates it was an “all time” day to hook up with some of Jackson’s best locals, insert the Lovely Brothers. With the same intentions to slay pow, send cliffs, and have fun, we got along instantly resorting back to our east coast roots and relishing in the light Teton smoke.Just 5 weeks after fracturing my tibia I headed to Jackson Hole to ski and relax with family and get my turn back. I never imagined it would turn into such an incredible 10 hours of skiing and that it would change my life forever. Being a little off point and in pain my style was loose and tentative but I was happy to be skiing again. Mowing nachos, wings and beer at the Moose at the end of the day the pain slipped away and was replaced by new friends, memories, and powder dreams. One day at Jackson is all you need to change your season or your life forever. See ya next year!

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Skiers Slides Down the Entire Length of Corbet’s Couloir
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Skiers Slides Down the Entire Length of Corbet’s Couloir

Skiers Slides Down the Entire Length of Corbet’s Couloir

We are the Jerry of the Day and Jackass generation, we can't help but look when we see a gnarly crash or the latest post from kook slams. We are not unlike Pavlov's Dog, trained to laugh and giggle at someone else's misfortune. Today, that person is sliding down the entire length of Corbet's Couloir. 

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Johnny Collinson Rides His Harley to the Mountain
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Johnny Collinson Rides His Harley to the Mountain

Johnny Collinson Rides His Harley to the Mountain

Johnny Collinson has always gone his own way. From his unusual upbringing in Snowbird employee housing to becoming one of the youngest people to complete the seven summits, this long-haired free spirit finds his own path. This always holds true with his ride to the mountain. Late in the season, Johnny uses his Harley to cruise up Little Cottonwood Canyon, making his commute extra special. 

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Post, David Hit Peak-Flow in the BC Alpenglow
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Post, David Hit Peak-Flow in the BC Alpenglow

Post, David Hit Peak-Flow in the BC Alpenglow

"Bluebird. Powder. That's pretty much what we're all chasing," TJ David says in this beautiful short by Kastle Ski of his time sessioning Northern BC with Griffin Post and Skeena Heli.   "It's that combination of light, slope, and location — and the people I'm with," David continues. "When that all comes together, it's really pretty rare. That's when you have that moment that keeps you hooked, that keeps you pursuing the ski thing."