Skiing off the summit of a Teton peak is an unforgettable experience. 360 views and several thousand feet of untracked, fall line skiing reward those willing to work for it.

Many prominent peaks in the range have continues descents right off the summit! Albright Peak 10,552 offers an excellent introduction to skiing the Teton Peaks. Although spring is the primary season for skiing these big lines, many season the Teton snowpack allows for winter descents of these classic lines as well. It takes a little luck (and the right guide to tell you when) but when conditions line up for a safe day to ski one of these in powder conditions, it’s about the most fun you can have with your clothes on.

Just a few of the classics:

  • Buck Mountain
  • Mount Whister
  • South Teton
  • Middle Teton
  • Teewinot
  • Mt St John’s
  • Rockchuck Peak
  • Mount Moran

Day 1:

Arrive someplace

Day 2:

Do some stuff

  • Abilities: Advanced
  • Length: 1-2 Days
  • Season: Feb - May
  • Cost: Varies by objective