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    Is Jackson/Teton pass Ridable yet??

    I'm just getting into the swing of things and am jonesing to get away this weekend to someplace cooler to do some riding. Anyone know if the freeride/downhill stuff in Jackson is Open? Is there snow on Teton Pass?

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    I'll be up that way tomorrow, but...

    ...I won't be back until Monday, and won't have internet. You might want to ask on the Idaho/Wyoming board.
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    Here - see for yourself:

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    I just got back from Jackson. The riding was awesome.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chukarhntr1
    I just got back from Jackson. The riding was awesome.
    What trails did you ride? I am heading that way July 9th for a couple of days.

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    I didn't get too much time to ride. My friend lives right next to the Putt Putt trailhead. we rode that one day and did a road ride another day. That was my first experience with riding in Jackson. I think I'll be back.

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    I was up in Jackson about 4 days ago. When driving up the Teton Pass I saw a crew of about six dudes all decked out in total FR attire emerge from a trail. Looks like there's still some snow up top, but peeps are riding for sure.

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    For freeridin', Parallel trail is dry, Jimmy's Mom *should* be dry by now.

    Putt Putt is fun, but I wouldn't go to Jackson to ride just that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by slippy
    For freeridin', Parallel trail is dry, Jimmy's Mom *should* be dry by now.

    Putt Putt is fun, but I wouldn't go to Jackson to ride just that.
    But the "" question is: How is Lithium? Buried, I imagine.

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    Got back tuesday - Jimmys mom was a KILLER trail - such a blast!! the wife and I spent 3 days paragliding and riding there. Jimmy's mom was pretty much all dry with the exception of one fairly insignificant spot. The jump section below there that you have to do a little hiking to get to after you leave Jimmy's mom was all dry and super flowy! We hiked Lithium as there was snow at the top of the pass and you could get a little ways past lower lithium but upper lithium still had a fair amount of deadfall. Lower Lithium was a blast though and had some pretty sweet sections and smooth jumps. I think within a week you everyone should be ablt to get on the Upper pass stuff and lithium - it was fairly warm there considering it's jackson

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