Winter Climbing Mt Glory Jackson Hole

I and Dr. Terry Williams take you on a winter climb up Mt. Glory in Jackson Hole, Wyoming. There was a strong wind and it was 10ºF (-12 deg C) with 20-knot winds on the climb. The snow conditions were solid and there didn’t seem to be much avalanche danger.
I show you some of the climbing gear including my avalanche beacon as an emergency backup.

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