Today marks the “curtain call” for winter 2018/19 at JHMR. For the third season in a row over 500″ of snow blanketed Rendezvous Mountain, we had the deepest February in history with over 7 feet of snow and the phrase “that was the best day of my life” was heard on repeat throughout the season. As an ode to another incredible season, we gathered a few of our favorite moments from the winter to keep you JH Dreaming throughout the summer.
It wouldn’t be a Jackson Hole video recap without a full highlight reel of the biggest competition to hit skiing in the last decade. The sophomore year of the Kings and Queens of Corbet’s once again blew everyone’s mind and we can’t wait to see what year three has in store.
WATCH VIDEO HERE: https://www.instagram.com/p/Bty1K3hlDmS/
Watching Trevor Kennison drop into Corbet’s on his sit ski during the Kings and Queens of Corbet’s competition will forever be cemented in the history of JHMR. To say Trevor “Sent it” would be the understatement of the season. Look out for Trevor next season, we think you might be seeing more of him in the future.
Blake Paul is known around the snowboard community as having a style and flow that is hard to match. Luckily for us, Blake was in Jackson during the first major storm of January to mesmerize us with top to bottom run from The Crags to Teton Village.
WARNING: Watching the video above might result in FOMO and the purchase of a flight to Jackson for January 2020.
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Lone bison embracing the DEEPEST February ever. #jacksonhole #jhdreaming #findyourpark
If you were in Jackson during the month of February chances are at one point you said to yourself “Does it ever stop snowing here?”. This year, during February, the answer was a resounding “no”. Watch as a lone bison embraces one of the several storms that hammered down on the Tetons during the DEEPest February in resort history.
When the snow flies, the women in Jackson Hole know exactly what to do. Watch these ladies get fully buried during the deepest February in history. The lady shred is alive and well in Jackson.
The hardest working dogs in Jackson work full time at Jackson Hole Mountain Resort. Day in and day out they work alongside ski patrol practicing search and rescue techniques. More than just members of the patrol, these dogs are family members of the patrollers who take care of them.
Thank you to all the staff, locals, visitors and Jackson community for a great season! See you next winter and enjoy the summer.
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