A Tiny House for Skiing
With help from Outdoor Research, pro skiers Molly Baker and Zack Giffin set out to build a tiny, mobile house in which they could spend the winter chasing snow and spreading the message about OR's new sidecountry line of apparel.
The house is 112 square feet and comes from a design from the Tumbleweed Tiny House Company, which specializes in houses that range from just 65 square feet to a whopping 800 square feet.
The goal of the tiny house, of course, is to be mobile enough to follow the storms. Here's Zack Giffin enjoying some freshies off Wyoming's Teton Pass.
Neil Provo, Molly Baker and Zack Giffin hiking Teton Pass. Yes, all three of these people live in the 112-square-foot tiny home.
It looks surprisingly spacious in there. Plus, there's a wood stove to dry out wet ski gear.
"We spent a day skiing on safe zones on the pass and enjoyed full immersion in the cold, Wyoming snow," writes Molly Baker, seen here.
Zack Giffin backcountry skiing near Jackson Hole. "I really wanted to build one and be a part of the tiny house movement," says Giffin.
Molly Baker reaping the benefits of living in a confined space with several ski bums.
The tiny house parked at the base of Jackson Hole ski resort.
Utah-based photographer and snowboarder Neil Provo in the Teton backcountry.