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Pristine snow in the Idaho backcountry

Pristine snow in the Idaho backcountry

by Kelsey Jacobson

KTVB.COM

Posted on March 1, 2011 at 9:36 AM

Updated Friday, Nov 1 at 7:51 PM

Sure, it may be cold, but there is something magical about winter. 

In the city, snow often turns dirty and slushy in a matter of minutes... but if you've ever ventured into the Idaho backcountry, you've probably seen the beauty of untouched snow in the mountains, on the ground, and in the trees.

It was that pristine beauty that First Person photographer "Towles" caught on camera from Pilot Peak near Mores Creek Summit.  Check out this view from the top of the mountain:

"Towles" found this incredible view while on a snowmobiling trip last weekend.  He said he simply "wanted to share his photos with everybody" -- and for that, we thank you!

You can share your photos with us too!  Simply upload them to KTVB.COM's First Person by clicking here.

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