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Behind The Scenes With Jackson Hole’s Grooming Team

Jackson Hole has become known for some of the best steep and rugged terrain in the country. But if you're looking to carve out some fast turns it's JHMR's groomers that are the star of the show. 

Jackson's continuous steep vertical makes it one of the hardest mountains in the world to groom, but the team works tirelessly through the night to harvest the fresh corduroy. Take a look at what goes on behind the scenes as they perfect the cord in the harshest conditions.  

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Those who haven’t seen the grooming works will be amazed by the job they do. It is only then one will understand how tough this job is and the time they invest in it.
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