600 Inches – 2008
In Jackson Hole, Wyoming, the relentless winter of 2008 left its mark as one of the snowiest in recorded history, with over 600” of the fluffy white gracing the rocky range of the Tetons. The incredible snowfall total of 600” was double that of the drought-stricken 300” winter of 2007. That being said, the sequel was born… Indulge in the face shots of the Storm Show crew as they bask in the heavenly depths of endless powder days, waist deep for weeks on end. Follow stuntman/speed-flier Matt Combs as he launches 500 foot cliffs, and flies away with the aid of his 007-style paraglide. Death-defying skier Mike Tierney continues to stack up first descents on the exposed faces of Cody Peak, with multiple gigantic airs in the no-fall-zone of Igneous Rocks Couloir. Seasoned veterans Rob Kingwill and Johnny Recchio show why they’ve devoted their lives to the eternal powder search. The winter of ‘08 was one for the record books, it’s the season we all dream about, it was 600 inches.
*2009 Cold Smoke Awards 3x winner: Best Line, Best Hairball, Best Overall.
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