Employees clear the snow-encrusted Corbet's Cabin after a major spring snow storm.
Forrest Jillson skis the ropeline boundary of Rendezvous Bowl inbounds at JHMR.
Tanner Flanagan finds the deepest snow of the season during a 4 foot winter storm.
Tanner Flanagan skis a massive winter storm full of powder outside the boundaries of JHMR.
The snow encased windows of Corbet's Cabin.
JHMR employees shovel the deck of Corbet's Cabin.
Forrest Jillson finds brief sunshine during a mega powder storm at JHMR.
Tanner Flanagan skis a massive winter storm full of powder outside the boundaries of JHMR.
Josh Ehresman licks his lips completely encased in new storm Powder as he removes snow from the deck of Corbet's Cabin.
Tanner Flanagan gets smacked in the face with cold smoke blower powder.

Storm Dispatch: Jackson Hole, Wyoming

A photo gallery from Jay Goodrich capturing the latest snowfall in Jackson Hole

About a week into the season I shot a Storm Dispatch from the Tetons. The storm came in with such power that we dubbed it a “Class IV Killstorm,” in honor of an episode of the Simpsons. Well, I am back with only two weeks left in the 2016 (lift-accessed) ski season in Jackson with another Storm Dispatch. This time, I cannot comprehend the snowfall totals. I awoke to 40 inches of snow since Monday and it continued to dump all day. I have spent the last three days photographing what might be one of only five days in my 30-plus-year ski career that rank this epic. This time, friends Tanner Flanagan and Forrest Jillson have agreed that we upgrade the “Killstorm.” So in honor of the Mel Brooks’ movie Spaceballs welcome to the storm that managed to hit “Ludicrous Speed.” Before I go to “Plaid” it’s time to head out for yet another day of skiing blower powder… Don’t call, I won’t answer. —Jay Goodrich