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Ski season just (unofficially) started at Jackson Hole

Today, October 4, Owen Leeper and the Jackson Hole Mountain Resort staff ripped some autumn turns following an early-season Wyoming storm. Roughly 6-12 inches fell across the resort, creating wind drifts up to three feet tall—just enough to go shred in anticipation of winter 2016-17. The resort isn’t officially open yet, but that doesn’t mean you can’t watch this video over and over to get stoked for winter, right?


The first boot pack of the 2016-17 season.


October? That you?


Big Red, happy to be in a white scene again.


Related: We’re giving away two Mountain Collective passes—want ’em?

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