Monthly Archives: April 2014

Jackson Hole Continues to Welcome Visitors

A slow moving landslide in the town of Jackson has recently made national headlines, but fortunately has only affected a small area of town (150 yards wide).  Conditions are improving and the plan is to re-open the affected road soon.  The most important thing to know is that Jackson Hole is open for business and […]

Jackson Hole in BIKE Magazine | Behind the Scenes with Jay Goodrich Photography

Jackson Hole is featured in the May issue of BIKE Magazine with 15 pages of writing and photos that feature the greater Jackson Hole mountain bike scene. From the Jackson Hole Bike Park and Cache Creek Trails to the riding on Teton Pass and at Grand Targhee, the article captures the essence of the local […]

Road Biking in Grand Teton National Park | Spring in Jackson Hole

The inner loop of Grand Teton National Park has been plowed but is closed to vehicle traffic until May 1st, creating a perfect opportunity for some vehicle-free road biking, strolling or other non-motorized traffic to enjoy the sights. There couldn’t be a better time to dust off the bike and soak up some incredible views […]

Teton Freedom Riders | Bike Movie Premiere + Raffle

Deep snow may still be clinging to the higher elevations in the Tetons but warm days in the valley have mountain biking on our minds. The Teton Freedom Riders are hosting a benefit on Friday April 25th to get things kicked off for the season. If you’re unfamiliar with the Teton Freedom Riders, they are […]

Cody Downard Photography | Composition

Jackson Hole-based photographer Cody Downard lets us in on some pro-tips on one of the most important aspects of photography: composition. Words: Cody Downard -Photography is about being in the right place at the right time. Nothing is more frustrating than getting back to your computer to realize the photos of the beautiful sunrise you […]