Corbet’s Couloir at Jackson Hole Mountain Resort is an iconic ski run that attracts expert skiers and snowboarders from around the world. The steep and narrow chute requires a leap of faith to enter and is known for its technical difficulty and challenging snow conditions. The couloir has become a rite of passage for those seeking an adrenaline rush on the mountain, but it is important to note that attempting to ski it is extremely dangerous and should only be done by those with the proper skill, equipment, and training. Overall, Corbet’s Couloir is a legendary ski run that should be respected and admired from afar by most people.
That does not extend to 7-year-old local ripper Quinn who crushed the Couloir this week. To put that in prospective, most seven-year-olds are in 2nd grade.
“The next generation is a different breed of skier 😳. Our Mountain Sports School helps gives groms the confidence to tackle such an incredible feat!”
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Way to go Quinn! Keep up the shredding.