FUN. That was the weekend of June 4 & 5's main objective here in Jackson, Wyoming. Mother Nature had gifted us the perfect storm. A deep snowpack of 150"+ in the high peaks from a strong late-season winter combined with dry single track in the valley, a recently thawed body of water at the foot of the Tetons, bluebird skies and early afternoon temps in the 70's made for an opportunity we couldn't pass up.
Starting with some perfect corn skiing and riding off the Jackson Hole Mountain Resort Tram, the wheels were set in motion for a weekend of shredding, sledding, biking and boating. Yes the water was cold and we might have skied over a dirt patch or two, but we're not complaining. We're STOKED!
We also know that in addition to being given a great weather window, we are lucky to live in an amazing place and have the toys and friends that we do. Hopefully this short video fuels your fun meter and inspires you turn it up to eleven next time the opportunity presents itself.