Teton County Search and Rescue used their helicopter for two callouts on Saturday.
At about 130pm a call was made from someone who witnessed a skier falling down Central Couloir.
The skier fell about 700 feet down the steep and technical descent.
The skier, a woman from Salt Lake City, went out of bounds to the south of Jackson Hole Mountain Resort. She lost her balance and tumbled down the couloir and over a cliff band at the bottom, sustaining multiple injuries.
JHMR Ski Patrol responded, and Search and Rescue brought their team in the helicopter. The skier was flown to the landing zone and a waiting ambulance at the base of Teton Village.
Then, shortly after 3:00 p.m., Bonneville County Idaho Search and Rescue called for help in looking for a missing snowmobiler in the Snake River Mountains.
A 50-year-old man was reported missing after he rode his snowmobile up Pole Canyon, south of Victor, Idaho, on Friday. Teton County Idaho SAR searched the area for hours on snowmobiles. Air Idaho, a private helicopter ambulance, joined the search from the air.
Teton County Search and Rescue’s team spotted the man after a couple hours and found him stuck. Volunteers were able to reach him and fly him out of the backcountry.