Deep Pow Camp

Season WInter

Difficulty Intermediate - Advanced

Duration 2 Days



This two day camp is ideal for the backcountry skier or rider looking to become a more active member of a backcountry group or prepare for an AIARE 2. Over the two days in Grand Teton National Park, participants will refine their navigation, skin track setting and downhill travel skills with help and advice from their guide. All of this will happen while taking in amazing views and skiing or riding some of the most classic descents in the Tetons.


Participants in this two day camp should be able to hike uphill for 4000 vertical feet for multiple days and be advanced skiers or riders who are comfortable in ungroomed, treed terrain. It is suggested that participants have taken an AIARE 1 before signing up for this camp.

Season WInter

Minimum Age 18

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Day One – Meet in Field (Venue TBD) 

  • 8:00 – 10:00 Avalanche Rescue Practice
  • 10:00 – 3:00 Touring

Evening Zoom Session – Link in social site

  • 6:00 – 7:00 Tour Planning


Day Two – Meet in Field (Venue TBD) 

  • 8:00 – 3:30 Touring
  • 3:30 – 4:00 Course Close

Price: $695 per person

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SKI/SNOWBOARD EQUIPMENT FOR THE BACKCOUNTRY (Packages available for rent at Jackson location ONLY)

  • Boots: Alpine Touring, Telemark, or Snowboarding Boots
  • Skis or Splitboard with compatible binding for boots
  • Climbing Skins (fit to skis)
  • Ski Poles
  • Helmet (optional)

SNOW SAFETY EQUIPMENT (REQUIRED and available for rent at JHMG)



Grand Teton National Park is located roughly 30 minutes from our Jackson, WY headquarters. Our Jackson office is located in the south part of Jackson at 1325 S. Highway 89, Suite 104 and shares a parking area with Smith’s. Our phone number is (800) 239-7642 or (307) 733-4979. Most trips and classes will meet at this office for gear checks, preparation, and classes. The Jackson Hole airport is the closest, but Idaho Falls (a 2 – 2.5 hour drive) is a cheaper option and Salt Lake City (4 – 5 hour drive) are also air travel options. It is helpful to arrive a couple of days prior to your trip/class in order to acclimatize. Otherwise, you should arrive the day before and stop by our office for an equipment check. Do not plan on traveling the day after a significant climb – you will be tired and there are no guaranteed times when we will return to the trailhead. Plan on having accommodations for the night prior to and the night you return from a significant climb. There are a plethora of hotels, motels, and bed and breakfasts in Jackson and the surrounding area. Accommodations near our office make your transitions convenient. It is highly advisable to make reservations as early as possible. Lodging recommendations and many more details can be found in the downloadable document below.




  • Top notch guide service with enormous experience. I love the educational aspect as well. I always learn a ton.

    — Dirk Friel
  • Words cannot convey the experience of a winter day out with a JHMG guide taking you on a safe tour of the Tetons. Slow and steady up for a few hours rewards you with an exquisite view of the Tetons in all their majesty. Then, instead of an exhausting, bone-jarring hike back down, take the skins off your skis and ride down in powder that is almost impossible to find in a ski resort. Even a week after the last snowfall, you will still find good snow to ride down on. Even if it’s not a clear and sunny day, it’s a wonderful day out and you’ll want to keep going back until you are rewarded with those magnificent views. If the price for a ride on the Virgin Galactic rocket is $200,000, I’d say a day in the Tetons with a JHMG guide is the most undervalued ticket you can buy!

    — Victor Haghani
  • This is our third trip here to backcountry ski.  We love our guide and always request him.  The experience each year is always different and amazing.  This is the perfect escape for a few executives and we are already planning next year’s trip.

    — Paul Ellingson
  • Amazing Back Country Ski day with JHMG. Our Guide knew exactly where to find the best pow! I wouldn’t hesitate to book again.

    — Rob Barton

Community Partners

Participants will get to demo DPS Touring Skis during the program. Boots, poles and DPS' new line of backcountry skis the Pagoda Tour. This plus the knowledge that you have skied some of the freshest lines the Tetons have to offer on the best gear you can get make this 2-Day camp an experience you won't soon forget. DPS is providing this opportunity because they want your feedback and review of their product. We ask that anyone who takes advantage of this fill out the review form after their trip.

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Here you’ll find online tools and information about joining us for a trip of a lifetime! To sign up for a trip, or if you have any questions, please call us. Listed on the left side of these pages are links that you may find useful, including printable forms and policies concerning a trip with TMG. We encourage ALL prospective climbers to read our Preparation advice. Our office can help place you with others who are looking to climb.

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