Buck Mountain East Face

The East Face of Buck Mountain has a lot of huge cliff exposure. An avalanche on this East facing terrain would be disasterous. Take care not to get lost near the bottom, where you have to traverse over huge exposed cliffs to get to a short, wide, chute-like exit. Be sure everything you plan to ski is filled in all the way down.


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Wild Snow: 54 Classic Ski and Snowboard Descents of North America by Louis W. Dawson

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Buck Mountain, East Face, 5-14-16: 05/14/2016

Skiing Buck Mountain: Grand Teton National Park: 06/23/2014

Buck Mountain via east ridge: 01/16/2013

Buck Mountain Ski Descent (Teton Range): 05/19/2012

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*All Mapped Areas are Approximations

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