Dominating the skyline from the top of the tram, it's a mountain that endures relentless winter storms as the gate keeper of Jackson Hole's wild, adventurous backyard. Jagged limestone barriers guard the approach, pocked with fossilized remnants of past lives on the bottom of an ancient sea floor. The steep, snowy slopes above perpetually loom in the dark corners of the mind, demanding respect but always calling out with the most alluring of siren songs. On a map of the Tetons it's just Point 10,799, but to any Jackson skier, it's Cody Peak...
Kim Havell - havelltravels.com
Andrew Whiteford - andrewwhiteford.net
Blue Sky Black Death - Farewell to the Former World - bsbd.bandcamp.com
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