With over 5ft of snow in 6 days, Jackson Hole is currently offering what is being said as "some of the best conditions in 10 years"! Jackson Hole's snow reporter had this to say yesterday "What a week! Yesterday I found some areas that hadn't been touched for at least two days.  Luckily, our mountain is steep, because gravity wasn't enough to keep me going through 3 feet of snow when I tried to traverse across the ungroomed powder on Sublette Ridge.  Instead I pointed my board down the slope and floated easily through the white fluff, trying not to eat the face shots that accompanied every turn.  Conditions were fabulous everywhere, and with 6 new inches atop our already deep snow, today will be just as spectacular.  Enjoy!" There's not many words that can describe these conditions so here's a video from yesterday thanks to www.jhunderground.com and www.davidstubbs.com: And a few photos in case that wasn't enough... [caption id="attachment_811" align="aligncenter" width="483" caption="Teton snorkeling"]Teton snorkeling[/caption] [caption id="attachment_812" align="aligncenter" width="483" caption="Is this for real?So much snow you can just go straight!"]Is this for real?[/caption] For more photos of the snow in Jackson Hole click here