Gallery: Tal Roberts captures the deep snow blanketing Sun Valley

Last weekend one of the first major winter storms blew through the western U.S. blanketing areas from Mammoth and Tahoe to Jackson Hole and Sun Valley. People went crazy as they called in sick to enjoy the first real powder days of the season.

We caught up with Idaho based photographer Tal Roberts as he set out on Sun Valley’s Mount Baldy with a crew of riders to capture the deep snow and fun times.

Riders: Wyatt Caldwell, Jeremy Black, Spencer Cordovano, Yancy Caldwell

Photos: Tal Roberts

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