Photo Tour: Intermountain West Receives First Significant Snowfall of Season

Clay Malott |
Heavy snowfall this morning as low as 8,500′ at Big Sky! Photo credit: Big Sky Resort

The Western US got its first measurable snowstorm of the year over the weekend. Don’t get your touring skis out quite yet, but skiers everywhere should start getting excited for the start of winter!

Clearing skies reveal a snow-topped Lone Peak. Big Couloir is ready to ski, right? Photo credit: Big Sky Resort
A dusting of snow this morning on Teton Pass, Wyoming. Photo credit: Wyoming DOT
Snow near the top of Jackson Hole above the infamous Corbet’s Couloir. Photo credit: JHMR
Snow worked it’s way further south into Colorado. Shown here are Capitol Peak, Clark Peak, and Mt. Daly near Snowmass Village. Photo credit: Jeremy Swanson
Snow fell for the first time this season in Colorado on Saturday, and there’s more on the way. Picture was taken Saturday, 8/29. | Photo courtesy Scot Wilson/Twitter.
More snow is expected in Colorado by Tuesday afternoon. Photo credit: Chris Tomer/Facebook.

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