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Report from March 5&6, 2022
The Targhee and west Teton crews have been finding all kinds of fun–both under sun and not– while hanging out for that next wave of weather.
Ripples of cloud cover, cagey viz, and a temp. range like a rollercoaster have added their own special brand of spice to the scene, and these last couple days, particularly.
Happily, a recent swing to the colder-plus-an few overnight flurries have added a tiny but very welcome dash of fresh atop the ‘Ghee.
The two-inch accumulation skied best on north-facing aspects. South stuff was fun all the same but beware a sneaky, slate-hard base layer lurking not far below. It’s edge-proof.
It pays to note that friendly as the recent dusting is, colder temps also came along for the ride so it’s safe to expect firm skiing among Targhee’s famous trees or through those well-contoured off-piste areas.
Anywho, life’s pretty good when sliding downhill and the tribes of the Tetons are thankful for snow, full stop.
Plus, the “best for last” is actually what’s forecast to come: regional outlooks project a change for ‘wintery’ is on the way, so fingers crossed that they’ll be a refresh to skied at good ol’ Grand Targhee!