Teton Area Snowpack Update – Dec 10 2019

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Our latest snowpack update from this Tuesday the 10th of December on Teton Pass in the Bridger Teton Range, Wyoming. Sarah discusses pit technique and gaining perspective on obvious features and problem areas. ⛷8800 ft. West Aspect. 1 Meter of snow ECTP24 with a persistent weak layer from our October storm☃️ #knowbeforeyougo #avalanchesafety #backcountryskiing

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Sarah C. Checking Avalanche Conditions in the Teton Area

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