Feb 20, 2019

We're having some serious déjà vu over here. Remember two years ago when El Niño blessed the West Coast with more snow than rain down in Africa? The proper coverage inspired GoPro athlete Bobby Brown to lay down an unforgettable top-to-bottom run at Mammoth.

Now, two years later, the West is getting dumped on again, but we are focusing our jaw-drops at the Tetons this time around. 

Armed with a HERO7 BlackPowder Magazine set out with Tim Durtschi to "devour Jackson Hole." And devour they did. Tim tackled a thigh-burning total of 4,138 vertical feet in one top-to-bottom Jackson Hole run.

No gimbals, no post-stabilization—just pure out-of-the-GoPro HERO7 Black HyperSmooth content. Check it out below, and then, slide over to Powder to get the nitty gritty on this ditty. 

Not keen on skiing? Then put the French fries and pizza down, and check out Transworld Snowboarding’s rebuttal with Cam Fitzpatrick.

Pro Tip: Both edits were filmed on HERO7 Black with HyperSmooth stabilization turned ON. You can read more about the science behind HyperSmooth here.

And if you're feeling super inspired, submit your snow content to the GoPro Awards #GoProSnowChallenge for the chance to earnup to $1,000.