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Storm Dispatch – Jackson Hole

Winter Solstice delivers two feet over seven days in the Tetons, as shot by Greg von Doersten

Mother Nature synced up with the Gregorian calender, giving meaning to the first day of winter for the 2014-15 season. On Winter Solstice this past Sunday, POWDER Senior Photographer and Jackson local Greg von Doersten embraced the storms to document up to two feet of new snow in seven days, alongside skiers Griffin Post and Jess McMillan.

Although the weather is clear today in Jackson, more cold snow is in the forecast, with up to a foot being predicted by NOAA.

Winter has arrived.

Details, Details:

-Jackson features 4,000-plus-feet of vert, 2,500 skiable acres, and some of the best lift-served backcountry in North America. In other words, stashes of goodness await.
-Jackson had a record winter last year and seems to be one of the few places in North America regularly receiving snowfall. It’s a good bet if you make it there it’ll be dumping and storming and blowing. Awesome.
-A one-day adult lift ticket for this week costs $109 if you purchase online.
-Of course, find out more by going to JacksonHole.com.