From JH to the Ghee…


Photo by Gabe Rogel

After a week of filming and shooting at Teton Village Gabe Rogel round up Jacqui Edgerly, Nick DeVore, and myself to shoot photos in the sun on Valentines Day.  We set out to shoot the usual for Grand Targhee Resort marketing, but decided to mix it up a little bit shooting pow and some airs from Mary’s ridge to the A.  

Mikey in the "A" Photo by Gabe Rogel

Jacqui saw the infamous wind lip right under the Mary’s/Peaked saddle and that was all it took, she was set on throwing a stalled out backy….and that she did.  Gabe, a little worried about her landing on him shooting from underneath, but not to worry Jacqui sent the super stalled out backy about 60 feet down the transition.  Unfortunately she over rotated a bit resulting in some serious shin bang, but it was HUGE!  As always it was a super fun day of skiing with Gabe, Nick, and Jacqui. 

Mikey gettin it Photo by Gabe Rogel

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  • About Teton FreeRide

    Teton FreeRide is a content based blog founded and operated by Mike "Mikey" Leake. Mikey has lived in the Teton Valley region of southeastern Idaho and western Wyoming most of my life. He has also had the opportunity to live and play in the Lake Tahoe area, and now, Alaska too!

    After competing on the Freeskiing World Tour on-and-off for 10 years Mikey has transitioned to judging various events and become an advisory board member with the International Freeskiers & Snowboarders Association (IFSA). Over the past 13 years he has worked in the ski industry through skiing as an athlete, coach, guide, ski patrol, event coordinator, event judge, marketing consultant, team manager, videographer, and as an associate producer. Mikey has a true passion for the outdoor industry and tries to be involved in every aspect possible.