Steve Doherty from the Boot Room takes a blank canvas in Four Pines
There has been a lot going on at Teton Village Sports in the past month. The skiing has been great, as have the late season antics. We have had a mix of powder skiing and spring skiing for the past few weeks. So if you aren’t out at the village, come get suited up at TVS and head up the tram. There is only a month left in the season…get your turns in.
Outside of the fun skiing, there has been some very exciting events. Powder week was last week, which is always a great time. Some of the TVS employees got to try out next years gear and test it out for all the ski industry reps. Powder Magazine was here sponsoring the event and enjoying the good winter conditions. As always, TVS put together a Quaffing team for the Gelande Quaffing World Championships that is held on the last day of Powder Week. We did not win, but we put together a good effort, as the entire village cheered the beer-drinking tournament on.
Caroline Schou takes a break from retail to win Dick’s Ditch in Women’s Amateur
The annual Dick’s Ditch race was this past weekend and we had good showings from many of the TVS employees. Tristan Droppert almost podiumed for the Men’s Pro division after coming in 3rd last year. Caroline Schou won a belt buckle in the Women’s amateur division in her first ever year competing. Congrats to all who participated in this year’s gnarly Dick’s Ditch Race.
We have also been lucky enough to receive some of next years ski’s from both Rossignol and Volkl. Come out to the Village and demo next year’s Rossignol Soul 7′s and the Volkl One’s and Two’s. These skis are also available to buy, so get a pair of next years ski’s before next year.
Enjoy the next month of skiing! We hope to get some more storms, but the spring skiing will be great if the warm weather comes in. Either way, make your way out to Jackson Hole Mountain Resort, and stop by and say Hi at Teton Village Sports. We will get you in the best gear for March and April. Shred on!
Retail’s Becca Gerber pops a pillow skiing at Jackson Hole.
Head Buyer AJ Cargill goes back to her pro-skiing days and sends a 55ft air called “Fat Bastard.”