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The Grand Teton is a bold peak and believe it or not, it can be skied.
The only really safe route to take is the Ford-Stettner.
This route is made up of 3 couloirs, the Ford, Chevy, and Stettner.
From the summit, you ski the Ford.
The Ford starts out open and steep with many boulders.
It then narrows into a sketchy, steep, and exposed couloir.
Of course, you must climb up the couloirs to ski them so you must have the equipment to climb.
You must also have avalanche gear and a licensed guide before you ski it.