Teton Gravity Research: Way of Life

24th September 2013 | Tess Weaver

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Before dropping the Middle Teton, Griffin Post and his crew had the opportunity to contemplate their sanity.  - ©Zahan Billimoria

Before dropping the Middle Teton, Griffin Post and his crew had the opportunity to contemplate their sanity.
Copyright: Zahan Billimoria

Before dropping the Middle Teton, Griffin Post and his crew had the opportunity to contemplate their sanity.  - ©Zahan Billimoria
Roped-in, Griffin Post and Zahan Billimoria paused to ready for the descent.  - ©Zahan Billimoria

Roped-in, Griffin Post and Zahan Billimoria paused to ready for the descent.
Copyright: Zahan Billimoria

Roped-in, Griffin Post and Zahan Billimoria paused to ready for the descent.  - ©Zahan Billimoria
Ian MacIntosh is ready to charge.  - ©Dutch Simpson

Ian MacIntosh is ready to charge.
Copyright: Dutch Simpson

Ian MacIntosh is ready to charge.  - ©Dutch Simpson
Angel scopes out lines in every direction. - ©Dutch Simpson

Angel scopes out lines in every direction.
Copyright: Dutch Simpson

Angel scopes out lines in every direction. - ©Dutch Simpson
As the sun rose, Griffin Post neared the end of the first leg of his journey: skinning 5,000 vertical feet.  - ©Zahan Billimoria

As the sun rose, Griffin Post neared the end of the first leg of his journey: skinning 5,000 vertical feet.
Copyright: Zahan Billimoria

As the sun rose, Griffin Post neared the end of the first leg of his journey: skinning 5,000 vertical feet.  - ©Zahan Billimoria

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