GET OUT: A Walk in the Park

By on April 1, 2014
Morris and Jeff skin across Bradley Lake before dawn. Photo Taylor Glenn

Morris and Jeff skin across Bradley Lake before dawn. Photo Taylor Glenn

JACKSON, WYO – Tomorrow’s forecast read, “Mostly sunny, cold, and stable snow conditions” – prime opportunity for a winter day in the Tetons. I just needed partners. After a flurry of texts, Jeff Witt and Morris Weintraub were committed. But slated to leave town, Jeff was hesitant at first until that ole FOMO (fear of missing out) kicked in as he contemplated fresh Teton turns. Good move, Jeff. We decided on our objective: Black Dike Couloir, and agreed that an early start was wise. There are few things in life that rival a day in the mountains with friends. This was one of those days.

Enveloped by spindrift on the ridge, Jeff inspects the headwall above our planned descent. Photo Taylor Glenn

Enveloped by spindrift on the ridge, Jeff inspects the headwall above our planned descent. Photo Taylor Glenn

Perfect powder turns high in the Tetons. Photo Taylor Glenn

Perfect powder turns high in the Tetons. Photo Taylor Glenn

Looking back up Black Dike Couloir. Our descent followed the sun/shadow line. Photo Taylor Glenn

Looking back up Black Dike Couloir. Our descent followed the sun/shadow line. Photo Taylor Glenn


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